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Paying for Your Purchases

Debit cards, credit cards and cash are most commonly used for purchases. Bargaining is customary at Garage sales, yard sales, flea markets, when buying from a private individual and for very expensive items such as cars. Otherwise, prices are fixed.

Cash

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Accepted for most transactions; NEVER send cash through the mail.

Checks

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Checks are rarely used in stores and in most cases you have to open a store account to use a check.

EFT

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This means using your ATM card to pay for purchases and is allowed in supermarkets and some other businesses. You will need to enter your 4-digit PIN in order to pay. Do not let anyone see your PIN and do not keep your PIN written down anywhere near your card.

Debit Card

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Must have money in your account for the purchase. Money will usually be withdrawn in one or two days.

Credit Card

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Charges will be on your next monthly bill.