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PayPal targets Square with hardware trade-ins, waives fees through 2013

Mark Hearn, @misterhearn
May 14, 2013
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After watching its rivals Square and Groupon play their hands earlier today, PayPal announced a program that allows merchants to trade in their old payment processing equipment in exchange for new hardware. The promotional offer features POS systems from ERPLY, Leaf, Leapset and the company's own PayPal Here. In addition to luring retailers with a fancy new cash register, the outfit is offering to waive credit, debit, check and PayPal processing fees for the remainder of the year. If the aforementioned incentives sound appealing and you'd like to know more, head on over to our source link to check out the program's all-important fine print.

In this article: ERPLY, Leaf, Leapset, payments, PayPal, PayPalHere, POS
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