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(The Drum)   The latest thing you're doing wrong: paying with mobile fintech apps. They can be dangerous for both consumers and businesses   (thedrum.com) divider line
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686 clicks; posted to Business » on 24 Jun 2021 at 1:50 PM (5 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-06-24 2:34:11 PM  
Article paid for by credit card companies.
 
2021-06-24 2:37:35 PM  
Nothing like paid advertisements in article
 
2021-06-24 2:43:22 PM  

ImmutableTenderloin: Nothing like paid advertisements in article


It's a marketing rag, I wouldn't expect anything else.  It's what they do.
 
2021-06-24 3:11:45 PM  

ImmutableTenderloin: Nothing like paid advertisements in article


An ad behind a paywall?

They're doing it wrong.
 
2021-06-24 5:30:35 PM  
Everything we do with money has risk involved. Is this better or worse than other payment methods? That's the better question, along with the followup, "So how do we make it more secure, then?"
 
2021-06-24 5:32:30 PM  

BMFPitt: ImmutableTenderloin: Nothing like paid advertisements in article

An ad behind a paywall?

They're doing it wrong.


Maybe they are playing the walled garden /grass is greener shtick, playing to peoples bias that expensive things are almost always better than the cheaper equivalent.
 
2021-06-25 8:17:10 AM  

Fonaibung: Article paid for by credit card companies. Bit fintech platform.


/FTFY
 
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