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  • Brits don’t trust mobile payment apps
  • Brits don’t trust mobile payment apps
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Brits don’t trust mobile payment apps

It's been said that mobile payments - which involve neither cash nor card - will make up one in five retail transaction by 2019. But following eBay’s 2014 data breach, only 18% of people still feel their data is secure, making for a complex transition.

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