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  • Amazon Cash appeals to America’s unbanked
  • Amazon Cash appeals to America’s unbanked
    newthinking communications (2016) ©
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Amazon Cash appeals to America’s unbanked

Convenience is one of the main appeals of shopping online, but for anyone without a credit or debit card, it's not an option and leaves millions cut-off. With Amazon Cash, there's no need for a bank account, making it a useful alternative to those without a bank account.

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