Feed into MPs' inquiry - share your views on society becoming more 'cashless' with Coronavirus
A group of influential MPs – the Public Accounts Committee – is conducting an inquiry into how well the Government is managing the production and distribution of cash. It wants to better understand the effect the drop in cash use over the last 10 years has had on different groups of consumers, and is especially curious about how the recent push for cashless payments in light of Coronavirus could have impacted consumers’ experiences.
We’d like to be able to share your views with these MPs, to help inform their investigation. If you would like to contribute, respond to this thread letting us know what you think and your experiences of using cash. Feel free to freestyle, or if you want some prompts you can answer some or all of the following questions:
- What are your attitudes to cash?
- Have your attitudes to cash changed over the last 10 years? If so, why?
- Have your attitudes to cash changed in light of Coronavirus? If so, why?
- Have you been negatively affected by society becoming more ‘cashless’? If so, why?
Please remember that we don’t allow Forum users to post any personally identifiable information on the Forum.
If you would like your comment to be forwarded to the Committee, please reply to the thread no later than 18 October. We’re looking forward to hearing from you!
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