According to a report this month from Carlisle & Gallagher, which is based in Texas but has its largest employment hub in Charlotte, some consumers remain apathetic about mobile wallets. Some consumers also worry that the technology is not secure, the report says.
According to a report this month from Carlisle & Gallagher, which is based in Texas but has its largest employment hub in Charlotte, some consumers remain apathetic about mobile wallets. Some consumers also worry that the technology is not secure, the report says. Eric Risberg AP
According to a report this month from Carlisle & Gallagher, which is based in Texas but has its largest employment hub in Charlotte, some consumers remain apathetic about mobile wallets. Some consumers also worry that the technology is not secure, the report says. Eric Risberg AP
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Consumers aren’t rushing to use mobile wallets

October 26, 2015 12:04 PM

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