CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Harris Teeter here plans to test a debit-card acceptance system in 20 stores by the end of this year and is installing personal identification number pads to jump-start the program. If successful, the debit card system will be rolled out to 141 of its stores, said Leigh Anne Overcash, manager of store systems for Harris Teeter here. Harris Teeter, which previously did not accept debit cards, said it is responding to consumer requests for the cards, as well as trying to ...

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