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Do your paper receipts comply with new law?

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If your receipts still display customers' full credit card numbers, alert your top brass to a new law change: The renewed Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) requires business receipts to display no more than the last five digits for credit card and debit card numbers. Receipts also can't show card expiration dates. Cash registers in use before Jan. 1, 2005, must comply with the law within three years. Machines put in service after that date have a year to comply.

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