Admission is just $5 at Farmington Civic Theater, a historic and first-run cinema in downtown Farmington. But don’t even think of pulling out a debit or credit card at the box office. Since it opened in 1940, the theater has taken payment only in actual dollars and coins.
Planning to use credit to cover your holiday expenses? Watch out. Last holiday season, plenty of Americans dug themselves into gift-giving trouble with an average debt of $1,054. And roughly half of those consumers anticipate that they’ll be paying off their balance
That’s according to data compiled by merchant account and card payment fee comparison firm Merchant Machine. The firm looks at mobile payment spending across the world in 2017, the most recent year full figures are available for, and found the top 10
Sorry—plastic or mobile payments only. This is a merchant checkout counter-reply that a U.S. consumer rarely hears. As the following Bankrate article reports, there are two passionate sides to the issue of whether retailers should go cashless.
The turnstiles to public toilets are not normally a bellwether for the economy, but could the ones in Bridgnorth be a pointer to the future? The lavatories in the town’s Listley Street have been the subject of some debate in
We live in an age where conveniences count for a lot in the lives of most. And increasingly we’ve grown accustomed to paying for conveniences. Twenty-five years ago, when ATM surcharging began, I was aghast. No one, least of all
It has been almost two years since demonetisation, and India’s cash economy has mostly bounced back but the ATM network is not strong enough yet. Rajiv Kaul, executive vice-chairman and CEO of CMS Info Systems, a cash management company that
You might soon be forced to pay to access cash out of hours in parts of Britain, after new figures were released showing 100 ATMs in remote locations had “stopped transacting”
47% of consumers prefer to receive cash vs. prepaid cards as gifts 17% prefer a general purpose gift card 13% prefer a retailer-specific gift card BUT 1 in 4 consumers have no preference – a selling opportunity for issuers
Card payments surged in the second half of the year as Irish consumers turned to contactless payments on both card and mobile and moved away from cash, a new survey has revealed.