Paying $600 Utility Bills At Kiosks in Chicago

Unattended stores are backpedaling on their cashless policies, since some nine million unbanked households are put at a disadvantage when cash is foregone. The City of Chicago, though, is bringing the best of both worlds together. In the latest Unattended Retail Tracker, First Deputy Comptroller of Chicago’s Department of Finance Tina Consola makes the case for cash in unattended retail by installing cash-accepting kiosks for utility bills and parking tickets—an engagement CityBase is proud to partner on.



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