(Continued from page 1) The NRA’s Garner said EMV compliance isn’t a complete solution and noted that the October 2015 timeline is “unrealistic.” She said it took Canada, with an economy smaller than that of the United States, seven to 10 years to move to a new level of card technology. At large restaurant chains, changes in POS technology usually take about 18 to 24 months for acquisition and implementation. The companies then have to certify with their card ...

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