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Interchange

Interchange, or “interchange fee,” is a fee charged by the payment processor for processing credit card transactions. The fee is charged to the merchant, which is why many merchants require a minimum transaction amount to accept credit cards as payment. The payment processor collects the fee and then pays it to the bank that issues the credit card.

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