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Coming soon, paying your tab without giving your credit card

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By KEN SWEET

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Problem Statement: How to pay your tab without giving your credit card!!!

Solution: Ever heard of cash?

5 ( +7 / -2 )

Never used to pay at my old bar in Osaka, the mama-san would send an invoice to the company at the end of the month!

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never ever ever use those mobile devices with any of your bank accounts... never...

you know how easy it is to hack phone devices?

cash is king... gold is god!!

2 ( +3 / -1 )

Agree with roughneck cash all the way.

Myself never take any cards with me when out in the Town. Plus, places I visit you pay when you order.

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How irresponsible is that.... here's my credit card while I get so smashed I cannot even remember it.

I use cold cash. I do get pretty messed up sometimes to the point that I talk to my penis in the toilet..... but I never leave a credit card behind lol.

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Dandy NongMar. 17, 2017 - 02:57PM JST never ever ever use those mobile devices with any of your bank accounts... never... you know how easy it is to hack phone devices?

Correct. But convenience will override security for 98% of humans. They just don't know any better and the liability to the client is limited, so they think "why not?" They forget all the other things their devices are connected with - emails, twitter, banking, pron sites, embarrassing photos ... and perhaps sensitive work information.

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Imagine being bleary eyed and drunk using a mobile phone to close out a tab!?!?!

No thanks..,,,

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