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Rabobank launches SmartPin mobile payments reader

Tuesday 12 May 2015 | 11:14 CET | News
Dutch bank Rabobank announced the new service SmartPin for small businesses without a card payments terminal. SmartPin offers a card reader and smartphone app so businesses can accept card payments over a mobile phone. This allows small business to accept occasional card payments, keep track of transactions over the app and transfer the data to their accounting. The package is provided under a lease contract for EUR 10 per month, plus EUR 0.15 per transaction. 

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