📕 subnode [[@vera-logseq/discrimination in digital finance]] in 📚 node [[discrimination-in-digital-finance]]
- Poor people have less access to resources
without an ID you can't buy certain scheduled subtstances e.g. alcohol, nicotine
- while these substances are unhealthy, limiting their access is still kinda cringe imo, but I'm not exactly offering any solutions to fix it
An ID costs money and is fiscally restrictive to those who can't afford it
- there exists programs which help pay for these things but they aren't readily available/advertised
- in order to gain access to financial services the user must enlist the help of their friends or resort to obtaining false documentation
certain kinds of digital instruments are limited in their accessibility according to their classification
cashapp/venmo cards and other cards classified as "prepaid" don't allow you to transfer money on sites that might be considered fiscally risky.
- these cards are often used as the primary bank and debit card of lower income people. limiting their access because of their status is categorically discriminatory
- cashapp/venmo cards and other cards classified as "prepaid" don't allow you to transfer money on sites that might be considered fiscally risky.
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📖 stoas (collaborative spaces) for [[@vera-logseq/discrimination in digital finance]]
- Open document (Hedgedoc) at https://doc.anagora.org/discrimination-in-digital-finance
- Video call (Jitsi) at https://meet.jit.si/discrimination-in-digital-finance