So I was out with my friend M. We were at the subway station at Grand Central Train Station and M had to refill her metrocard. Now, I may have mentioned that sometimes people loiter around train stations…with a varying degree of intentions…
So M did not really want to take her wallet out. But as she has no Iwatch, nor set up her phone with any sort of payment tap, in order to put money on the metro card she must take out a credit card or cash so that she can up the value…
She was leery of some of the people hanging out at the machines.
Her thought was: why isn’t there more security at places where it is known that you will be opening one’s wallet.
So, as we add to my whole train station thing…should train stations be required to have additional security to protect people?
What say the group?