One of the key components of Amazon’s new line of convenience shops is already getting axed.

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That will reportedly include money and possibly SNAP benefits, which Amazon has approved on its own website since 2017. There’s not any timeframe on when this new policy will go into position.
Amazon Go, the store chain that prides itself on a no-cash, no-cashier shopping experience will begin letting customers to pay in cash, CNBC reported. The company’s senior VP of shops Steve Kessel told employees Amazon would begin accepting alternative payment methods last month, according to a record obtained by CNBC.
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