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The stress of holiday shopping starts earlier every year and this season, with the added confusion of chip-and-pin credit card payment terminals, things are bound to become Grinch-like for some shoppers.

Walmart payments executive John Drechny said during a panel discussion at Money20/20, a recent conference which is focused on payments and financial services innovation, that he was unhappy with the timing of the credit card industry’s transition to chip-enabled credit cards because this year shoppers have the option to pay with older credit cards and newer “chip-and-pin” credit cards.

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