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Starting In December, All Businesses Must Accept Plastic

The Law Against Fiscal Fraud (Ley Contra el Fraude Fiscal) established two years ago, in December 2016, that at the end of 24 months (December 2018) any individual or business that offers services to the public must also accept payment in plastic.
The law that goes into effect in December requires any individual or legal entity that offers services to the public to also payment by credit or debit card, as well as any other electronic mechanism, in addition to cash
The El Financiero reports that despite in a few months begins the obligation to accept payments by credit or debit card, as well as any other electronic mechanism, in addition to cash, businesses seem to be far from complying with the measure.
The change will affect any

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  1. I recently tried to renew my Drivers’ License at MOPT in Liberia. Had to walk across the street to give cash to a hotel. Then came back to MOPT with the receipt, & they found a “multa” (that I didn’t get) but I was out of cash & never got my DL. Does this new law men that MOPT will have a CC machine on their desk?

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