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Flashcards in Methods of Payment Deck (23):
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Cash

Notes and coins.

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Cheque

Document that authorises a bank to transfer money from one persons account to that of another.
drawee: pays a person the money
payee: receives the money
drawer: authorises the transaction

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Direct Debit

A form of payment with a card issued with a bank, transfers money from ones bank to the account of the seller. EFTPOS advertises acceptance of direct debit payments.

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Credit Card

Allows a consumer to purchase accessing banks own money. Interest charged if consumer does not repay this within 55 days. e.g. VISA, American Express

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Lay-by

Allows for a consumer to pay for a good over a period of time. Once it is fully paid off, the consumer gets the good.

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Electronic Funds Transfer - B Pay

Using the telephone or internet to transfer funds from their bank account to pay common household expenses. Telstra, vodafone accept B-pay

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Book Up

When a store keeps record of all the purchases a consumer makes and then receives payment within a period of time.

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When is cash commonly used?

Small purchases e.g. food from supermarket

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When is cheque commonly used?

When credit or cash is not accepted, or the consumer does not have the money on them.

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When is direct debit commonly used?

Purchases where you have the money in your bank account, no interest charged

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When is credit card commonly used?

When you don't currently have the money, or want to maintain the money in your bank account. Can be used globally.

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When is lay-by used?

When a consumer doesn't have the money but will make it up eventually

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When is B-pay commonly used?

To pay for house expenses

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When is book up commonly used

Consumers that live in rural and remote Australia

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Advantages and disadvantages of credit card

A: secure, efficient, wide use, earns points
D: Pay interest

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Advantages and disadvantages of debit card

A: earns points, can keep a record of your spendings
D: takes money out of your bank account

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Advantages and disadvantages of cash

A: accepted everywhere
D: frustrating to carry, inefficient

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Advantages and disadvantages of cheque

A: useful to those without a method of payment
D: No longer common, inefficient

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Advantages and disadvantages of lay-by

A: makes product affordable, can make money over time
D: lock in contracts, too many lay-bys become expensive,

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Advantages and disadvantages of B pay

A: pay from home
D: easily be scammed into giving your details

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Advantages and disadvantages of book up

A: pay in your own times
D: easily overspend, needs lots of security,

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What is the barter system

Trading of goods paying with other goods

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Key characteristics of any form of money

Durability, divisibility, portability, uniformity, acceptability.