incrediBILL - 3:37 pm on Apr 23, 2012 (gmt 0)
They are rare but refusal would be a breach of disability discrimination rules.
Since when are requiring secure payment methods to avoid being defrauded considered discrimination?
Accepting credit cards isn't a requirement in the first place.
FWIW, I've watched someone with no hands and no prosthetics type in a PIN # checking out at a grocery store, just using his stump, and that's a pretty severe handicap. I've also worked for part owner of a company that was a quadriplegic who could also manage to enter a PIN #, might take a bit, but he could do it.