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Apple Won't Accept Cash for iPads: Can You Say Cashless Society?

A tale of woe from one would-be iPad owner in Palo Alto reveals a strange fact: Apple's stores won't accept cash for the device. A disabled woman on a fixed income learned about the sales policy after saving up her 600 bucks only to be turned away at the counter, reports ABC News. Apple confirms that its policy is "a limit of two iPads per customer and you must pay by credit or debit card." It didn't explain the rationale of the no-cash rule, which also applies to iPhones.

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Comment by Channels Patrick Henry
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Could it be that Apple knows just how irresponsible and untrustworthy the Fed is? How worthless cash is? How truly precarious the American economic situation is? Credit or debit can be transferred easily through the computers - but cash is transferred in a final action, after which it can be forgotten or even disavowed. Leaves one wondering if they would be unwilling to accept payment in specie...

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