Payroll debit cards, which have grown in use among restaurant operators over the past few years, had offered what looked like an excellent option to pay employees who didn’t want paper checks or have bank accounts in which to make direct deposits. But the payment practice hit hurdles this summer when complaints of excessive fees led to some lawsuits and an investigation by New York’s attorney general. “Helping workers access their hard-earned pay in a quick and ...

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