Until they allow me to use my banks Check card and not force me to get another credit card(I thankfully paid them all off and closed the accounts 2 years ago), then I don't want this service. It's garbage to force me to take on debt that I don't want or need.
That's not the point. I don't want to be coerced into obtaining another card that I do not want or need. I have taken an old school mentality of living on what I can pay for with cash on hand. I keep one card open from my bank that I refuse to let them raise the limit on. It is set at $1000 and used once a year to maintain some form of data to preserve my credit rating and also in case of an extreme emergency. Otherwise, I do not want or need another card and refuse to be roped into a system that forces me to do as such.
That is perfectly fine, I said nothing to the contrary.
However, from your previous post you had stated that "it's garbage to force me to take on debt that I don't want or need." Opening a card doesn't force you to take on debt.
However, I prefer to take advantage of the perks associated with some cards while STILL not taking on any debt. Different strokes...
Of course it would be beneficial to the card companies if one WAS to take on debt when opening a card, it is certainly not required.
PLEASE just unlock Google Wallet and give us a choice for once. Isis now has a 1.5 star rating on the Play Store. It has no chance of survival. Hopefully a class action lawsuit is in the works to kill it all together. Forcing things like this on Americans rarely works. Focus on what you do best, making Americas largest and fastest network, and leave stuff like this to the experts, giving us choices. Let the best solution succeed versus this forced approach, locking out the competition. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE unlock Google Wallet!
I don't believe Google Wallet isn't blocked anymore. My wife downloaded it on her Moto X and I have it on my GNex. I used to have to find the APK online and side load it to install it. I don't have to do that anymore.
Yes! I was finally able to download Google Wallet to my phone.
Wait a minute! Can it be? That the so-called "free market" is becoming a reality.