CHICAGO -- In an effort to achieve companywide acceptance of credit and debit payment options, the Independent Grocers Alliance here is launching a program offering its retailers on-line transaction services at competitive rates. A number of newly signed IGA retailers will begin accepting credit and debit transactions this month, according to a source familiar with the situation. "Some of our retailers are strong enough to handle the costs of accepting credit transactions," said Larry ...

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