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The New York Times - Some banking habits are changing across the population. In 2010, 40 percent of Americans with bank accounts visited a physical branch once a week, while only 9 percent made a mobile transaction weekly, according to survey...
AMERICAN BANKER - "Security is critical for the development and subsequent adoption of P-to-P payments, along with faster payments," Pascual said. "From a consumer perspective, whenever financial technology is introduced the top impediment to...
MobilePaymentsToday - In 2015, the number of the number of U.S. adults who banked weekly via mobile exceeded the number who banked in the branch. This finding, revealed in a new report by Javelin Strategy, highlights the ascendance of digital over...
CreditCardGuide - About 12.7 million Americans experienced identity fraud, amounting to  $16 billion in 2014, according to the Javelin Strategy & Research 2015 Identity Fraud Study. Read More
Credit Union Times - In 2014, about $10 billion in card-not-present fraud occurred; that’s forecasted to roughly double to $19 billion by 2018, according to Javelin Strategy & Research. Read More
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY - No. 1 retailer Wal-Mart (NYSE:WMT) has gotten into mobile payments with the Walmart Pay feature that it rolled out to its 22 million active online users. Javelin Strategy & Research analyst Michael Moeser called that...

Good Way to Get Hacked

January 5, 2016
BANKING EXCHANGE - “Bankers are dealing with limited resources and trying to figure out how to make many things happen at once,” says Mark Schwanhausser, director, Omnichannel Financial Services, at Javelin. “So having something like a hackathon is...
The Street - A report from research and consulting firm Javelin Strategy & Research suggests that online fraud will increase in the United States irrespective of EMV technology and that CNP fraud will be four times more prevalent than point-of-...
PaymentSource- "So many of these new mobile payment methods and players are new, and may stagnate or retrench after the initial buzz wears off, which could allow PayPal to then surge ahead with its solution," Jim Van Dyke said.. Read...

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