The familiar greeting of "Cash or credit?" is no longer a question for restaurant owner Margarita Uricoechea, who nearly10 months ago decided for all her customers that plastic was the way to go. At the limited-service Snap in Washington, D.C., it doesn't matter if guests are purchasing a $2 bottle of water or an $8 meal, the business only accepts credit or debit cards as forms of payment.With no signature required on any purchase, Uricoechea said that the transition to a credit-only ...
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