Nearly one third (31%) of UK consumer never pay by contactless because “they don’t trust it”, research from Future Thinking reveals. 35% of men never make contactless payments due to lack of trust, compared to 29% of women, while 22% of under 35s never pay by contactless, compared to 43% of over 55s. 14% don’t know if their cards are contactless and 27% think £30 should be the maximum amount for a contactless payment. Only 9% of the 2,315 respondents said they pay with contactless and hope the limit rises.
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