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Chase rethinks ATM cash limits for noncustomer withdrawals

If J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. customers were delighted with their FI’s announcement in February of a new $1,000 ATM withdrawal limit, some noncustomers must have been practically [...]

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Cash remains tops in many consumer spending categories

When they need to repay someone, 4 out of 5 Americans prefer to use cash. This and other findings from a new Cardtronics Inc. study reveal that despite having a wide array of choices in payment [...]

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Will mobile payments kill cash?

For all the hype, mobile payments still account for a very small fraction of retail in-store payments. Which, at least for the time being, answers the question posed in a newly released research [...]

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Study: Digital, mobile payments gain ground with US consumers

American consumers are tapping a wide variety of retail payment options these days, and digital and mobile are gaining ground, although shoppers are still pretty tethered to using cash, debit and [...]

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New global report highlights ATM industry trends

ATM Marketplace has published the fourth edition of its new ATM Future Trends 2015 report, an in-depth examination of the market forces currently working to shape the short-term outlook for the [...]

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Consumers and cash: A lasting love?

In a scene from the 1951 film noir classic, “His Kind of Woman,” adventuress Jane Russell enters gambler Robert Mitchum’s rented bungalow to find him pressing his pants (no [...]

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In cash we trust: UK consumers see hard currency as most secure payment method

A recent U.K. survey conducted by electronic payments software provider Compass Plus has found that consumer trust in newer payment methods has declined significantly in the last year, while cash [...]