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Living without cash or credit cards for a week

Molly Wood Nov 4, 2014
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Molly Wood Nov 4, 2014
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Living life for a week without using a credit card or cash may seem impossible, but with a number of mobile payment options now available, Lisa Selin Davis decided to give it a shot.

In the process, she discovered how feasible (or not) paying exclusively with mobile payments has become, and which stores are most equipped to handle mobile payments. Spoiler alert: Selin Davis found herself mostly at retail giants. 

To hear how Selin Davis’ week of mobile payments went down, click on the media player above.

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