Cash is history

  It is hard to pinpoint exactly when credit cards began because there were different varieties dating back to the mid 1800s, but the credit card as we know it, probably came into play in the mid 1900s. Since then it is almost impossible to find anyone in the developed world over the age of 16 who doesn’t have a credit, charge, or debit card of some kind. The old cheque book has become a thing of the past. It’s plastic all the way, and in more recent times other payment options have spr

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