"We believe that this movement to a cheque-less New Zealand has come too soon for many."
But for some of them the party's about to end.
Cash is changing hands less frequently than ever before.
The arrest was made as part of Strike Force Kerribee investigating an alleged crime syndicate.
"Policymakers and the public both need to be willing to accept.. gradual real house price declines."
Work will wrap up for the majority of Kiwis this week - but that doesn't mean we should go splashing too much cash.
The Commerce Commission says it's likely BNZ failed to meet lending and disclosure obligations.
COVID-19 has accelerated the trend of customers banking digitally.
Advance NZ's post-election break-up with the NZ Public Party has been far from amicable.
"The information should not have been communicated."
Affected customers eligible for repayments will be contacted directly by the bank.
However RBNZ urged banks to put aside more capital.
"I wonder if this will affect everyone helping those suffering?"
He has been ordered to keep seeing his psychologist.
Nearly 11,000 Kiwis missed their mortgage repayment at the beginning of August.
Everyone in the sector will be paid at least $21.15 per hour.
Multiple people have reported money was taken out of their bank accounts.
In Australia there has been "virtually no demand" for coins in 2020.
It's estimated total electronic payments will cost retailers over $2.9 billion in the 10 years from 2015-2024.
Dozens of other stores will move to three days a week.
But is the saving worth it in the short term?
The bank will operate under ICBC and ICBC (New Zealand) Limited.
The Government's call for a wish list of shovel-ready projects is still just that.
Some credit card services are working again.
The Business Finance Guarantee Scheme allows banks to loan up to $500,000 to businesses impacted by COVID-19.
"Times are hard for everyone at this point."
The Government needs to guarantee 100 percent of the debt, they say.
"The lending criteria is the same, if not worse, than what it was before COVID."
"This is a time when we all need to support each other."