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richard thorpe

Cloudcroft, NM

#21 Jul 20, 2012
one should also note that last year the c/c p to the merchant

so i can no longer hide c/c transactions like i can hide cash

just saying
Cash

Carlsbad, NM

#22 Jul 20, 2012
_Aristotle_ wrote:
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So all of the new Facebook millionaire/billionaire's are terrorists by your definition as they are buying exotic cars and huge houses with cash? You sound like a credit card sheeple/lemming.
I highly doubt they lay the cash out i would go out on a limb and say check or pre-approval of funds for purchases like that.. Dont be so stupid. You sound like Arist... ohh nevermind.

Since: Apr 12

Carlsbad, NM

#23 Jul 20, 2012
Cash wrote:
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I highly doubt they lay the cash out i would go out on a limb and say check or pre-approval of funds for purchases like that.. Dont be so stupid. You sound like Arist... ohh nevermind.
Sigh,...sheeples. You are saying that anyone who makes a large purchase with cash is a terrorist,...how in the hell do you come up with things like this?
judy

Carlsbad, NM

#24 Jul 21, 2012
_Aristotle_ wrote:
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So all of the new Facebook millionaire/billionaire's are terrorists by your definition as they are buying exotic cars and huge houses with cash? You sound like a credit card sheeple/lemming.
any cash transaction over $10,000 must be reported

the FEDS are watching
Spiro Agnew

Artesia, NM

#25 Jul 21, 2012
robertt wrote:
the farm supply store in Loving tried to add 3 percent to my purchase because i was using my credit card and not paying cash.
I said NO thank you
is this a new way to be greedy?
So the next time you hear some occupywallstreet puke or some Kenyan-in-a-suit clammor to raise taxes on big rich corporations, remember who is going to pay that new tax at the point of sale -- YOU!
robertt

Carlsbad, NM

#26 Jul 21, 2012
Spiro Agnew wrote:
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So the next time you hear some occupywallstreet puke or some Kenyan-in-a-suit clammor to raise taxes on big rich corporations, remember who is going to pay that new tax at the point of sale -- YOU!
spiro - you are so right

however i found the product in the x town for less $$$ and no 3% add on

it pays to shop!!!!!

Since: Apr 12

Carlsbad, NM

#27 Jul 21, 2012
judy wrote:
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any cash transaction over $10,000 must be reported
the FEDS are watching
Sigh,..misleading. Any transaction done at a BANK is reported to the FBI and IRS. If you deposit or withdraw this will typically not lead to much. If there are numerous 10k+ wire transfers in and out then you could draw attention.....just saying
judy

Carlsbad, NM

#28 Jul 22, 2012
_Aristotle_ wrote:
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Sigh,..misleading. Any transaction done at a BANK is reported to the FBI and IRS. If you deposit or withdraw this will typically not lead to much. If there are numerous 10k+ wire transfers in and out then you could draw attention.....just saying
also if you pay cash for a car or anything else, the merchant will report your name on his deposit

just so YOU know

sigh..........

Since: Apr 12

Carlsbad, NM

#29 Jul 22, 2012
the merchant is not required to do such a thing,...anyways how in the hell did this get so off topic?

Retailers wish to recoup the costs accepting electronic forms of payment,...don't like seeing it on your receipt? Then take your business somewhere where they hide it in the item cost.
judy

Carlsbad, NM

#30 Jul 23, 2012
_Aristotle_ wrote:
the merchant is not required to do such a thing,...anyways how in the hell did this get so off topic?
Retailers wish to recoup the costs accepting electronic forms of payment,...don't like seeing it on your receipt? Then take your business somewhere where they hide it in the item cost.
i know you know EVERYTHING, however U are wrong.....
if you pay cash for a car (an example) and pay case of 9000 today and 9000 tomorrow it is still reported
sigh..........
bdp

Saint Paul, MN

#31 Jul 24, 2012
richard thorpe wrote:
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nm business has abot $21k of c/c per month and my all in fee is 1.8%
i will not add 3% to my customers
I never suggested adding 3% to the price of goods. I said to add 2% to the price and don't advertise any type of "cash discount". As you can see from this topic, the majority of people think they are getting ripped off (which they are not) if they use a credit card . I know this business was trying to be nice and pass savings along to the customers that pay with cash. I don't wanna say it this way but, the average consumer is too stupid to understand why they are being charged this fee. Its bad for business to differentiate the price of a product based on the type of payment. Most stats indicate 70% of consumers pay with debit/credit cards. Imagine pissing off 25% of your customers that pay with a card.
bullyforU

Carlsbad, NM

#32 Sep 16, 2012
robertt wrote:
the farm supply store in Loving tried to add 3 percent to my purchase because i was using my credit card and not paying cash.
I said NO thank you
is this a new way to be greedy?
are these guy still charging EXTRA 3% for the use of a creddit card

how silly..........

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