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Cash's death knell has rung and it's time to start paying for everything with plastic - particularly credit card - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCash's death knell has rung and it's time to start paying for everything with plastic - particularly credit cardMirror.co.ukChargeback protection: Debit card chargeback means if you don't receive what you paid for, and the retailer won't give you the money back, you can ask your card provider to request the money back from the supplier's payment processor. It's not law but ...22-10-2017

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Cash's death knell has rung and it's time to start paying for everything with plastic - particularly credit card
Mirror.co.uk
Chargeback protection: Debit card chargeback means if you don't receive what you paid for, and the retailer won't give you the money back, you can ask your card provider to request the money back from the supplier's payment processor. It's not law but ...

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