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2013 Survey of Consumer Payment Choice: Summary Results
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The 2013 Survey of Consumer Payment Choice (SCPC) is the sixth in a series of annual studies conducted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston to gain a comprehensive understanding of the cash and noncash payment behaviour of U.S. consumers. This report summarizes data collected in the 2013 SCPC and contains 57 tables with detailed estimates of the number of consumer payments, rate of adoption, and share of consumers using nine common payment
instruments—cash, checks, money orders, traveler’s checks, debit cards, credit cards, prepaid cards, online banking bill payments (OBBP), and bank account number payments (BANP)— plus payments made directly from consumers’ income source. The report also contains estimates of consumer activity related to banking, cash management, and other payment practices; consumer assessments of payment characteristics; and a rich set of consumer and household demographic characteristics.

Author: Joanna Stavins, Scott Schuh
Topic: Consumer protection
Publisher: Consumer Payments Research Center (CPRC)
Location: United States
Format: Survey / Survey results
Content Type: Research
Publication Date: July 1, 2015