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LuvMaerz's picture
Re: $2 Bills, Green Stamps and Paying With Your Finger

"Aspire to inspire before you expire"

Funny... yesterday my mom got her nails done, and it ended up costing more than she had planned.  Since they don't take debit cards, she was $5 short... and then she remembered she had $10 worth of $2 bills tucked in her wallet.  The $2 bill saves the day!

 And when I lived in Quincy, Hy-Vee was starting to do a finger-print scan payment.  I think it must have been a test market.  Anyway... I am not super-paranoid, but I did have my credit card # stolen once (we assume it was from an order placed over our cell phone) and someone tried to charge $10,000.  Luckily the CC company caught it as fraud!  So, I guess my comfort level stops with giving out my financial info ALONG with my fingerprint!  I'm not thinking it caught on in our area because I never saw ONE person use it.  And here at the Keokuk HyVee, it isn't even an option.  To me, I think it is just as fast/convienient to swipe my debit card.

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