Seven out of ten over 50 year olds in the UK now have a contactless card and one in five use it up to three times a week, research from Saga reveals. “Seven out of ten worry about the security of contactless cards,” the company adds. “The survey shows that four out of ten people aged 80 to 89 have used their contactless card and, in fact, this age group are the least likely to worry about the security of contactless cards.”
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