During the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to avoid any unnecessary touching of items like cash, wallets, or credit cards to limit your chances at exposure. Here's some payment apps that let you pay hands-free and help you steer clear of COVID-19
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Like over-the-counter medicines, payment apps can be safe when used as directed — but people often don’t read the directions. Here are some tips.
Americans have been relatively slow to adopt touch-free payments even though they’re more convenient and secure than swiping credit and debit cards. But maybe hygiene will be the tipping point.
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