The bar where your cash is worthless

So in October, the Crown and Anchor went fully cashless. Customers can use debit cards, credit cards and contactless payments including Android Pay and Apple Pay. But a fiver will get you nowhere. Image caption Arber Rozhaja believes going cashless has not harmed his business at all “It’s a short…

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Barclays introduces ‘spending blocker’

These are: Groceries and supermarkets Restaurants, takeaways, pubs and bars Petrol stations Gambling – including websites, betting shops and lottery tickets Premium rate websites and phone lines, including TV voting, competitions and adult services Customers who want to select any of the categories above can do so via the Barclays…

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Christmas arrives in town without tree

The Labour-run authority previously said it was “actively supporting” the efforts to get a tree. Image caption Sheila Brown, from New Life charity, said the community had come together Sheila Dunning, from the traders’ association, said many businesses were struggling to “afford to contribute as they were taking time to…

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O2 compensation for customers over outage

Business customers are advised to contact their O2 corporate account manager to discuss compensation. O2 has 25 million users and also provides services for the Sky, Tesco, Giffgaff and Lycamobile networks, which have another seven million users. Services such as bus timetable information were also affected, while many businesses faced…

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