Tuesday, 29 April 2014

"How our love of debit cards is killing off cash"

From The Daily Mail:

Cash is being killed off by the banks as they push customers to switch to cards, automated payments and a new service which is linked to mobile phone numbers.

Notes and coins now account for only £17.99 of every £100 spent, down by £3.03 on a year ago, according to the Halifax.

They are obviously not John Lewis shoppers, or else that would be "£18 of every £100 spent". Pennies are for the little people.


AndrewWS said...

Nothing about cheese in this. I'm disappointed.