Our colleagues at SRM Europe in London recently shared with us how fewer people are using cash to pay for goods and services. In the United Kingdom the thought of a cashless society is not necessarily a welcomed development for some.
As noted in the previous blog, cards in the UK are continuing to be adopted by more and more consumers because they are more convenient and, in many cases, safer than carrying cash. Due to these benefits the use of payment cards to purchase goods and services will continue to climb, However, some feel that this progression toward a cashless society is everything but harmless. Here are their reasons why.