Most Consumers from the US, UK, Canada, Germany, Australia Want To Give Up Wallets
24.05.2013 496 views
The majority of people from Canada, the US, UK, Germany and Australia have declared they wish they could give up wallets and pay in a different way, recent data unveils.
According to a survey by PayPal, 83 percent of respondents have mentioned they would prefer to not have to carry a wallet, with 87 percent of Canadians and 90 percent of Germans stating would like to be able to leave their wallets at home. The same source also reveals that 75 percent of Canadians were unable to pay for certain purchases because they didn't have cash with them. Germans were the least likely to encounter this issue, with only 57 percent reporting this problem.
Research points out that the beach was the place most people wish they could go without a wallet, followed by the gym. Canadians also had bars high on the list of places they wished they didn't have to bring a wallet to, while Americans and Germans found wallets more of a hassle at concerts and sporting events.
The study was based on a sample of 1.000 debit and credit cardholders 18 and older and it was conducted by Wakefield Research.
Source: The Paypers
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