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The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

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The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by handle on Fri Apr 13, 2018 4:58 pm

So, what if I bought £100’s worth of stuff on the counter with a wad of notes.


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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by Kestrel on Fri Apr 13, 2018 8:43 pm

This from a small independant business too so it appears from the photos, clearly brainwashed & no true understanding what hell a cashless society will bring us & i'm sure i don't have to explain that to awoken people here.

I'm all for small independant retailers but that ar**hole at the above business i hope his business goes tit up w do not need complient slaves.

I've noticed an increasing amount of buses with swipecard cashless facilities recently, i've actually lost count too of how many times lately i've been nearly rear end shunted when getting on a bus as i pay for my fare cash which takes a little longer even with correct change & those behind me all have their downloaded tickets on their NWO SMART phones - effing idiots...anyway rant over!

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by handle on Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:25 pm

whistlefish? probably a front, subsidised to hail in digitally tracked cash.

unemployment benefit now called universal credit. no benefit, just a loan.

soon it will be criminal to use cash

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by Society of the Spectacle on Sat Apr 14, 2018 9:31 pm

Nice Idea for a Thread, I've added
The Cashless Economy to the title ,
so we can add to it,
If and when neccessary.
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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by Ausk on Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:51 am

put the cashless economy along side smart meters and what do you get - CONTROL.
In a cashless economy if you don't pay your speeding fine they can either:
take the money out of your account and pay the fine for you or;
they might cut back your energy supply to something like 2 hours in the morning and 2 hours at night. Make no mistake, once the cashless economy is up and running the required enabling laws will follow.

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by Ausk on Sun Apr 15, 2018 9:57 am

@handle wrote:So, what if I bought £100’s worth of stuff on the counter with a wad of notes.


Does you local currency laws provide payment by banknotes and coins?

If so, your local Bills of Exchange Act will say that if the offer of payment, by cash; is refused then they cannot make any further claim on you.

When the time comes where you they wont accept coins, have a witness with you when you offer to pay. Your phone could be that witness.

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by handle on Sun Apr 15, 2018 8:20 pm

Very good point

Payment refused is deemed payment made

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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by Awoken2 on Sun Apr 15, 2018 10:16 pm

So all that time and effort people have put in trying to beat the money system has been wasted because it now looks like they'll be putting a new system in?.....what a bummer!
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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by assassin on Mon Apr 16, 2018 2:26 am

Many things now require credit, during my research into electric cars there are two ways of payment, one is having a credit card REGISTERED with a supplier and you are tied to that supplier only and they can deduct cash from your bank account upon demand, and without your consent; check out their small print.

Or, you can have a card much like a top up card onto which you put an amount of cash or credit and this can be topped up by credit card online (information online) or do a credit transfer to the company, or on some you can top up at a variety of retail outlets with a card or cash; but you are limited only to that supplier and their chargers.
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Re: The shape of now, The Cashless Economy

Post by handle on Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:22 am

Is it not an offence to reject lawful currency as a means of payment

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