2023 Outlook: Merchant Services
- Date:November 16, 2022
- Daniel Keyes
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2023 is set to bring new concerns about credit card fee structures and economic turmoil, while the way merchants accept in-store payments is changing, making for what will be a tumultuous year in payments and merchant services. This past year was an opportunity for merchants to try to get their feet back under them after the volatility of the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, and it still wasn’t an easy year thanks to inflation and ongoing complications from the pandemic.
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