Save Your LOCAL BUSINESS from HIGHER DEBIT CARD FEES

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Greg Bailey
3 weeks ago
The only ones who win from a cashless society are the banks!

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Felicity Allen
3 weeks ago
I believe in cash

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Suanne Burk
3 weeks ago
I’m signing because tapping my card has been the low risk option during the pandemic. It’s wrong that businesses suffer to keep customers safe.

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francesca stavrakas
3 weeks ago
Cash is a legal tender and in situations where ATM are not accessible it's a requirement

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john tedesco
3 weeks ago
Fair go banks?

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Jenny Edgar
3 weeks ago
Too much fee scrounging!

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Imogen Anne
4 weeks ago
Small business deserve to thrive.

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Mary hough
4 weeks ago
We need to support our small businesses.

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Rosemary Wiley
4 weeks ago
I wish for Australia to be a fair, autonomous society with the onus on the individual to decide how and when they spend their money. Electric transfer of funds is a wonderful addition to our system but certainly not a replacement.

We as consumers, need to keep the balance available as with all things electronic, they can and do “crash”. We also need to know that our money is instantly available (as in cash) when these times do happen. Added to that, we (the consumer) need the ready availability of cash, to deter the excessive fees and “handling” charges from electronic transactions. Furthermore, I believe the available of cash keeps both our banking corporation and governments more “honest”.

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Michael Windsor
4 weeks ago
Personally I prefer to withdraw cash fee free from an ATM, but the greedy banks are making that increasingly difficult in their effort to impose a cashless economy and rip more money out of customers, both personal and businesses. the Royal Commission has done nothing to stop their their avarice.