Nearly two-thirds (64.1%) of Italy’s mobile phone owners had a smartphone late last year—a gain of 23.5% compared with the same period in 2012.
1 in 5 American adults believe that the reputation of corporate America has improved over the past year.
BBA found that the average number of mobile banking transactions conducted weekly via mobile app more than doubled between 2012 and 2013, from 9.1 million to 18.6 million.
Some 18% of online adults have had important personal information – such as their Social Security number, credit card, or bank information – stolen.
33% of mobile phone owners had used mobile banking during the 30 days prior to the survey, up from 28% a year earlier.
Social media fares worst, while financial institutions are among the top-rated.
88% of US internet users ages 18 to 34 used online banking to pay monthly bills, make deposits and withdraw money.
American adults have very little trust in the integrity of advertising practitioners.
53% of Germans checked their mobile bank statement several times a week.
Banking customers from all four countries were not resistant to checking their online bank statements with relatively high frequency.