If a dealership sales employee offered to purchase your used car and send you the money via Venmo within an hour, would you accept?
That's a question some large dealership groups are asking would-be sellers. In an increasingly digital age, the payment platforms in question — in this case, Zelle and Venmo — have caught the groups' attention.
I am part of a younger generation that has visibly started to work those applications and others into everyday life. They are used in many situations: Friends who carpool might reimburse the driver for gasoline costs via the app of their choice, for instance.