A Twitter user has found that another retail chain in America has begun promoting contactless payments in its stores.
Pep Boys, the automotive retail chain in the U.S., has begun to encourage its customers to use services like Apple Pay to pay for their purchases.
@JumpingJeff63 on Twitter found this out last Friday and posted about it.
Contactless Payment is being promoted by many merchants these days. Such as @pepboysauto here. I consider part of my PpE now. Don’t want to touch terminals. Merchants not using it now are needlessly exposing customers to a touch point. #ApplePay pic.twitter.com/oCTDDdC0nZ
— Jeff Meredith (@JumpingJeff63) May 15, 2020
It does say on Apple Maps that Pep Boys does accept Apple Pay in its stores, but this is the first time we have seen them encourage the use of it to its customers.
Do you plan on shopping at Pep Boys now that the company and its stores are encouraging the use of Apple Pay and other mobile contactless payment methods? Let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.