Pennies are everywhere in my house. At the bottom of my purse, rattling around money boxes and hiding in pockets. Would we miss them if they were gone?
Posts tagged with "cash"
We’re becoming more and more concerned about the challenges people are facing to access their cash free of charge. Have you been forced to pay for withdrawals?
Access to cash is especially important for people living outside of cities. Our guest author Stella Hurley describes what happened when her local ATM shut.
This week, we took our ‘Freedom to Pay. Our Way’ campaign directly to Westminster and shone a light on the problems people in Scotland face when accessing their everyday finances.
My husband isn’t convinced contactless payments are secure, so he’s still using the chip and pin function. But is he right to be concerned?
Going fully cashless will leave millions behind – do you agree with the steps the Access to Cash Review is recommending?
Does cash hold a place in the future of money or are digital transactions now king? Our guest author Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England, wants to know your thoughts.
The first of four cuts to the ATM interchange fee, the fee that funds the free-to-use cashpoint network, have come into force. We’re concerned about the impact on communities’ and consumers’ ability to freely access cash. (more on free cashpoints…)
Transport for London trams went fully cashless last week – you can no longer buy a paper ticket. Would you support your local transport following suit?
With bank branches closing across the country, there has never been a more pressing time to look at the future provision of cash and access to financial services. Ged Killen MP explains more.
Despite our calls for the Payment Systems Regulator to intervene, Link’s proposal to reduce its interchange fee have simply been waved through. This could see thousands of free cashpoints across the UK shut down. That’s why today we’re launching the Save our cashpoints campaign. (more on save our cashpoints campaign…)
Recent Which? research has identified more than 200 communities in Britain with poor ATM provision, or no cash machines at all. This makes our call for the Payments Systems Regulator to conduct an independent review of free-to-use cashpoints all the more urgent. (more on cashpoint crisis…)
Imagine walking in to a supermarket, picking up a sandwich for lunch and walking straight out again. No queuing up to pay at the tills. Welcome to checkout-free shopping, says our guest, Hannah Jolliffe. (more on checkout-free technology…)
Do you still pay for most things in cash or do you find yourself relying more and more on contactless or chip and Pin cards? (more on carrying cash…)