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(Axios)   Buddy can you spare anything but a dime: The (near) cashless society has arrived thanks to the coronavirus   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Credit card, Debit card, Merchant, Money, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey, bottom line, debit cards, Payment  
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520 clicks; posted to Business » on 30 Jun 2020 at 1:30 AM (11 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2020-06-29 7:00:10 PM  
3 votes:
I very rarely use cash to pay for things. I haven't for 30 years.
I was all in when they came out with a debit card.
I cancelled my credit cards ( a smallish mistake) and never looked back.  I still carry  some cash on me and a couple of Bennies in the wallet just in case.

In everyday life a debit card works great. For larger purchases, it can be a problem.
Try buying a new truck with a debit card and watch them freek out.
That was comical, and a pain in the arse all at the same time.
2020-06-29 9:33:00 PM  
2 votes:
Haven't had bills or change on me regularly for a couple years now, even have online exchange options for small crap like paying my chunk of what used to be the office coffee fund.  In fact the only time I tend to carry currency is when I'm in some developing country like Cuba, Dominican Republic or the US.
2020-06-29 8:48:42 PM  
2 votes:
Yes, but until hookers, drug dealers and bookies take your card; many people will need cash. Like a sizeable percentage of people enjoy at least one of those. Some gamble on their drug dealer with a hooker.
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