Will somebody have a hard time if they decide not to use credit cards in America?
- curtisports2Lv 73 months agoFavorite Answer
They'll have a harder time renting hotel rooms and cars, and buying airline tickets and booking events.
- dewcoonsLv 73 months ago
I cut up my last credit card over 5 years ago and have not used one since. It took me a couple of years to pay off what I still owned on them, but then for the next year I put the payment amount into a saving account ever month. I have enough in there to cover emergencies. Anything else, I pay cash for.
I do have a debit card that I use to pay most of my bills online. And for most of my day to day purchases. I almost never carry cash.
But i have no need for a credit card. If I do not have the money for it, I usually can live without it.
- DEBSLv 73 months ago
No. Why would they? Debit cards are still the preferred method by over 50% of the population.
Other than online, I know of no place which won't take your cash.