A report states an Australian man trying to pay with cash at the Apple Store in the Sydney suburb of Chatswood was pushed to pay with Apple Pay, resulting in the man buying at a different store instead.
A survey of mobile payments by research service Venture Insights indicates that it will take much more than two decades for Australia to become a cashless society.
Since 2011, Malaysian scammers have run a very sophisticated fake "complimentary lottery" scratch ticket scam, with prizes of hundreds of thousands of US dollars and consumer electronics.
One would think it's a little too late in the day for that.
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