WAIT, YOU DON'T TAKE CASH? BACKLASH BUILDING TO CASHLESS MOVEMENT

A growing number of fast-casual and other establishments are saying no to cash in favor of plastic and mobile payments. But critics of no-cash policies say they shut out residents who don't have bank accounts or who can't easily sign up for cards. Some people also pay in cash so they can better track their spending or to avoid having their card information stolen.

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