All over the United States these days, consumers are getting used to new smart chip credit cards. At one grocery store, you swipe your card like you always have before, and the cashier says, “No, you have to dip it.” A few days later, you walk into another grocery store, spot the chip reader, and so you dip your card. “It’s not turned on yet,” corrects the cashier, “You have to swipe it.” . . . read the rest of my article “Are Americans Too Dumb for Credit Card PINs?” on LinkedIn
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