Why Shouldn't WWTA Take Cash Payments?

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

I have been reading some of the articles of the man attempting to pay his water bill in cash to avoid paying a 1-3 percent surcharge for third parties receiving payments. I thought that our currency was good for all debts, public and private.  

Ignoring bad behavior from either side, why would this issue even make it to the courts?

Brian Foley

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