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Amazon plans to start accepting cash at Amazon Go stores after reported accusations of 'discrimination and elitism' and new laws banning cashless stores (AMZN)

Amazon plans to start accepting cash at Amazon Go stores after reported accusations of 'discrimination and elitism' and new laws banning cashless stores (AMZN)
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Amazon plans to start accepting cash at its Amazon Go stores.




The company has faced criticism for excluding millions of unbanked Americans from stores by refusing to accept cash at Amazon Go stores.




Massachusetts, Philadelphia, and New Jersey have passed laws that require stores to accept cash payment, and New York City and San Francisco are considering similar measures.




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Amazon is planning to start accepting cash at its cashierless Amazon Go stores.
Last month, Amazon's senior vice president of physical stores, Steve Kessel, told employees that Amazon Go stores will have "additional payment mechanisms" in the future, CNBC first reported on Wednesday.
An Amazon spokesperson confirmed to Business Insider that the new mechanisms would include paying with cash.
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