Craigslist "Escorts", D-Bois, Hustlers and Sneakerheads rejoice...

| Posted in , , | Posted on Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Ever wanted to get paid for your services. Like example, on Menace 2 Society, when that crackhead offered homie 2 cheeseburgers and went on to offer the unimaginable and he ended up dead. Or when I'm trying to sell a pair of sneakers or some vixen on Craiglist is asking for 100 roses...

You know when you need that paper, but no paper is around (Paper = Cash Money). The inventor of Twitter has created a way to get paid easily. Everyone and their mama has a cell phone right? So they created a "New Mobile Payment System"

Quote - "Square will give anybody the ability to accept payment cards without having to go through a costly credit card processing service. Instead, Square will give its users the ability to use their mobile phones, laptops or desktop computers to accept payment cards and swipe them with the help of a small dongle that will plug into the computer's or phone's audio jack."

You heard that? Street corner dudes gon' be accepting Visa over their tracphones now. They need an episode 6 of The Wire for this shit.

Quote - "According to the information on Square's website, users won't have to sign any contracts and there won't be any monthly fees or hidden costs. Square is currently only working with a select group of companies but plans to expand widely in 2010. In its current iteration, Square works on the iPhone and iPod touch. It's not clear how much the dongle will cost, but chances are that it will be cheap....

....Thanks to Square, every stand at a local farmers' market and every small coffee cart or hot dog vendor on the street will soon be able to accept credit cards without having to go through one of the major credit card processing services."

Farmers market my ass! You know this gonna be big.... Seems Twitter owners found how to make some money this time around.

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