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Old 14-02-2016, 02:31 PM   #1
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If we are supposedly in a cashless society, how come America still uses cash? If countries do become cashless, how would someone know? Does the govt send letters to each person notifying them of no cash, what if someone lives in the mountains and comes back to civilization and all his currency is useless, do banks still accept it for credit?
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Old 14-02-2016, 02:52 PM   #2
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Who says that we are in a cashless soc.?
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Old 26-11-2016, 12:16 AM   #3
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War On Cash Intensifies: Citibank To Stop Accepting Cash At Some Branches

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Old 26-11-2016, 05:18 PM   #4
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I remember a few years back that Oz went big on chip -n- pin. Anyone from Oz here? How did that go?

In the UK its only very slowly catching on.
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Old 27-11-2016, 02:20 PM   #5
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About 2008 I went to my bank with several bags of coins that had been collected over a few years. Small change of 1p & 2p coins totalling about £10.
I tried to pay it into my account, but as it was in plastic coin bags already i.e. £1 per bag,
the woman behind the grill/window said it was bank policy not to accept more than 5 bags of coins.

Non-plussed I emptied all 10 banks onto the counter and said, "There you go. It's not in bags now, is it!".

Lots of counting and mumbling later, amount accepted into bank account,
and a complaint made re the incident got me a £10 payment via the banking ombudsman. Good day after all.

The point being : Stand your ground on this crap!
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Old 27-11-2016, 02:26 PM   #6
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About 2008 I went to my bank with several bags of coins that had been collected over a few years. Small change of 1p & 2p coins totalling about £10.
I tried to pay it into my account, but as it was in plastic coin bags already i.e. £1 per bag,
the woman behind the grill/window said it was bank policy not to accept more than 5 bags of coins.

Non-plussed I emptied all 10 banks onto the counter and said, "There you go. It's not in bags now, is it!".

Lots of counting and mumbling later, amount accepted into bank account,
and a complaint made re the incident got me a £10 payment via the banking ombudsman. Good day after all.

The point being : Stand your ground on this crap!
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