Do you remember writing a cheque at the grocery till? Can you recall balancing your accounts in the tiny lines provided in your chequebook ledger? When was the last time you went into the bank to draw cash before heading to the shops? There is a fair chance you haven’t done any of these things since… well, if you’re under 30, you have probably never done these things.
And now, the financial big wigs of the world are commissioning new ways to pay – all of which seemingly make it easier for consumers to spend.
Dion Chang in conversation with BizRadio’s Grant Jansen
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Most people have got half a dozen (if not more) cards in our wallets. And although several years ago these would have primarily been credit cards plus a bank card for drawing cash, almost everyone has made the switch to debit cards for their primary purchasing needs. Seems easy enough, doesn’t it?