The god of travellers, merchants and commerce, Yacatecuhtli was the protector of Pochtecas, the merchants. The merchants would place an effigy of the god from walking sticks and in turn, Yacatecuhtli would protect their precious goods from thieves. His symbol was the cross in order to represent the roads that the merchands travel. His other name, Zacazontli (the god of roads) was usually invoked.
Children of Yacatecuhtli in rare case are able to use their powers of trade and commerce to bribe someone into obeying their commands. The affected under the spell of the enchanted money will do anything commanded. However it should be noted that simple commands are only understood. After the spell has faded, the target will not remember what happened to them. In a battle, the user can't bribe the same person twice.