Stop Woolworths Cash Ban
The war on cash in Australia must stop. Woolworths is the latest big retailer to announce more of their stores will stop accepting cash as payment at the checkout.
In the first week of December One Nation Senator Malcolm Roberts was able to stop the Government from banning cash transactions over $10,000 when the Senate approved Malcolm’s motion to throw out the Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019.
That setback is not stopping the globalists. Companies are now taking it on themselves to ban cash in their stores, in a move that will increase their profits and hurt everyday Australians.
Not everyone has a working credit or debit card that they can use to pay. Woolworths are telling their customers to bank the cash they have in their pockets and then pay by card because it’s easier and more profitable for them than handling cash.
What these retailers are really looking for is the personal information that using a credit card gives them. By matching credit card numbers retailers can use “big data” to track your every purchase and build up a profile for you. Cash provides the privacy that interferes with the plans of big data to know everything about you – all day every day.
To the Honourable President and members of the Senate in Parliament assembled:
The petition of the undersigned shows:
Woolworths has announced that some of its stores will no longer accept cash for payment at the checkout.
Australian banknotes are by law legal tender throughout Australia and should never be refused by merchants.
Many Australians still exercise their freedom of choice to pay with cash because they do not have cards.
We the undersigned:
Call on the Senate to require Woolworths to obey Australian law and recognise cash as legal tender and insist all their stores accept cash all the time.