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Survey Says Americans Use Less Cash Today Than 10 Years Ago

MasterCard logo 140pxMasterCard has released the results of their "World Beyond Cash" survey that asks Americans for their opinion about the shift from cash to various forms of electronic payments.

“Commerce has changed dramatically over the past decade thanks to the internet and e-commerce, and this survey underscores that Americans are already shifting towards a cashless society,” said Carlos Menendez, Group Executive, Global Debit at MasterCard Worldwide. “For consumers, merchants and governments alike, MasterCard’s technology and expertise is focused on accelerating the global trend beyond cash by helping make electronic payments safe, simple and smart.”

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