Dick Durbin is Wrong: Errors Behind his Amendment to Dodd-Frank

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This important read shows clearly why Dick Durbin's Amendment to the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform Act was misguided and poorly researched by Durbin and his staff. More
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Words: 4,910
Language: English
ISBN: 9780982611654
About Bill Pirtle

William (Bill) Pirtle has been in the field of credit card processing since 2004. With 10 years prior experience in retail management, he is an expert in loss prevention and training. In his business, Merchant Processing Consulting & Training LLC, Bill coaches business owners on credit card processing procedures, security compliance, and other good business practices. He currently writes for Clearent, Electronic Payments, Inc., Electronic Merchant Systems and is an independent reseller for eProcessing Network (ePN).

Bill is an active participant on the Green Sheet, a credit card industry forum sponsored by Green Sheet magazine. He was interviewed in the Green Sheet Magazine column, "AgenTalk," in the April 13, 2009 issue. On February 24, 2010, Bill was featured in an interview with Lisa Mininni on her blogtalk radio program, "Navigating Change" (www.blogtalkradio.com/navigating_change; the program name is "Credit Card Processing in a Nutshell"). Because of his book, Bill was asked to take over the Street Smarts column in the Green Sheet Magazine frpm April 2011 to March 2012.

Bill has a B.A. in Multi-disciplinary Social Science (economics, history, and political science) from Michigan State University. While attending Michigan State, he was an intern at the office of State Senator Jack Welborn. Active in several networking organizations, Bill is a member of the Local Business Network (LBN) Troy Blue Marlin chapter and ION Strategic Partners.

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Review by: Christian Murray on April 07, 2011 :
This ebook is a no bull to the point review of an important subject. Bill you did a great job exposing areas behind the amendment. Hope more people within our industry speak out and voice their opinions.
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