I don't need to buy anything that bad to give them access to my/our account informationNot specifically directed at you - but to people in general who are super-protective of their banking info, You do realize that when you write a check for something, you are handing around your bank account information to:* stores with low wage employees* volunteers (if your kids plays a sport/participates in scouts and you pay by check)* the entire school admin staff (if you pay for a field trip)* the scouts in your town (if you buy cookies- bringing it back to a previous thread)* your church (if you tithe by check)just to name a fewpeace & secure informationtobligatory anecdote- in Europe, i get the strangest look when I say I pay for things with cheack, in NL - yes, a much smaller population/banking system - everything is centralized and money is just transferred from account to account - like for rent gym membershipsscouting feespaying someone money owedthey think it is crazy to write a check and have that information just floating around on paper
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