Fiscal subject related
The change facilitates the so-called cashback service function. The shops and merchants who undertake to provide the service provide the possibility of cash withdrawal to their customers who buy from them using a card as payment media. This is an option that sellers may include as an option for their customers, with certain limitations on its value.
As a result, in the future, based on the current novelty, card tender payments at points of sale would, if the trader allows it, provide a cashback option to the customer with a maximum limit of HUF 40,000 and no more than twice a month keeping the mentioned amount in mind, similar to cash withdrawals from ATMs but with the advantage for customers of doing so right on the spot while purchasing.
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