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Report: McDonald's, PayPal Testing Mobile Payments

Discussion in 'News Archive' started by Jack, Aug 20, 2012.

  1. Jack

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    This can be a good thing but I think it can end up in more fraud cases and it's making people more lazy.
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    I think it's a pretty interesting concept.
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    I always prefer home-made food. :p Haven't ate McDonald's since about 5 years. :D
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    No one uses cash any more, and even your money in the bank are just digits. Nothing's real.
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    Very true,and their is no doubt that in the near future our phones will become our credit cards.....The only problem that I see is that Android and the other phone OS will become more targeted and I've got a feeling that we will see a lot of reports of personal details being hijacked....
    As for the news,it's normal that McDonalds is one of the first who try to implement this type of payments......

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