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Monday, October 22, 2007

credit card

The lady in front of me opted to pay her groceries using her credit card. A customer queing behind me expressed her impatience and went to another counter.

I took a peek at the amount registered by the cashier when the lady got ready to sign her credit slip. It was for the amount of RM 28.97.

Now what was the smallest amount you had to resort to paying by credit card?

3 Comments:

  • We try to pay everything by credit card be it big or small because I get 1% cash back.

    I think the smallest amount would be in the vicinity of £2.

    In France, regardless what amount, less people are carrying cash as everything is basically card system regardless the amount.

    By Anonymous Judy, at 6:00 AM  

  • For me anything over S$20 I may charge.

    By Blogger stay-at-home mum, at 6:09 PM  

  • I once spotted a woman in front of me paying for a pack of cigarettes with her card. Then it dawned on me that it wasn't a credit card, but a charge card (that means the amount is deducted immediately from her bank account without any credit days). Apparently a lot of people in the west do that, and it may be getting popular here as well.

    By Blogger fishtail, at 1:46 AM  

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