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This kind of thing is just going to keep happening. Does it make you more likely to pay for things with cash? 

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Building off of a conversation I had yesterday about a +Quartz story (https://plus.google.com/112830889379800618573/posts/4CnGYCLeg4A), how do you feel about using a social payments app like Venmo? Proponents use it for splitting checks or bills, and some even enjoy the social aspect, including an optional timeline feed where you can share who you're paying and an often clever memo describing what for. Critics say they don't like the idea of giving their bank account info over to another app -- and some are even worried that Venmo use could eventually impact their credit. 
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I'd use it with a couple of people
I'd use it, but would never share memos
No way, no how
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Social it up! The more, the merrier!
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I'd use it with a couple of people
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I'd use it, but would never share memos
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No way, no how

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Social payments -- depending on your age, your reaction might well be either "WHY?!" or "obviously."

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One financial pro recommends a "his, hers, and theirs" approach to married finances. 

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This number shouldn't surprise people. But it should scare some!

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love this: "I missed pining for things."

Do you leave room in your consumer lives to want something for a while?

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Yikes: Avast bought your phone on eBay & recovered what you thought you 'wiped' 

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Cautionary tales in the shape of unsecured smartbulbs: Marketers would have people believe they're missing out unless their refrigerators, thermostats, and other traditional appliances are connected to the Internet. Yet over and over, these devices have been shown to introduce networking and privacy threats not present in non-networked iterations.
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