SAN FRANCISCO — Visa here announced plans to raise its Visa Easy Payment Service "no signature required" limit from $25 to $50 for discount stores and grocery stores/supermarkets in the U.S., starting in October 2012. Those outlets will be able to accept Visa cards for transactions up to $50 without requiring a cardholder signature or PIN, or providing a customer receipt unless requested by the cardholder. This change is designed to increase speed at the point-of-sale, ...

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