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A third of Americans unconvinced about mobile payment apps

More than one third of Americans (36%) don’t feel a need for mobile payment apps, compared to 12% of Mexicans and 13% of Chileans, according to mobile banking service Fintonic. 23% of Americans don’t trust the technology, compared to 4% of Mexicans and 6% of Chileans. “Latin American countries such as Chile and Mexico are much more willing to embrace technological advancements in banking like mobile wallets,” the company says.

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  1. Not to worry. Adoption proceeds apace. Five years ago, a similar number did not see a need for a smart phone or mobile. American survey responders are much more conservative than American consumers.

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