Anyway, the note from Saks said that, henceforth, it would not accept cash as a form of payment on store accounts in any amount over $350. Checks and
money orders and online payments and such are fine, it said, but no bills or change totaling more than $350 in any one-month billing cycle.
New federal government regulations, Saks said, made this necessary. That aroused our curiosity, as no other company with which we do credit business
had advised us of any such policy. Also, as far as we could tell, the currency that the government prints still says on it, ``This note is legal
tender for all debts, public and private.''
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