Poll Results – What is your preferred payment method when shopping online?
Last week, we asked what is your preferred payment method when shopping online, and the results are in!
59% Credit or Debit Card
Credit and debit card is the most used payment method as it is relatively safe and only require shoppers to enter their card details at checkout to finish buying the product. Some credit cards also offer extra discounts and reward programs.
27% Digital Mobile Wallets
Digital mobile wallets are a convenient way to make payments on mobiles, smartwatches, or tablets. Once set up, shoppers can pay for goods or services with just one tap.
7% Cash On Delivery
Cash On Delivery is a safe way to maintain security as it prevents online payment frauds. Shoppers do not have to reveal any financial information and can avoid the risk of credit card fraud or identity theft.
7% Buy Now Pay Later
Some shoppers prefer the Buy Now, Pay Later method over credit cards due to the seamlessness of making payments. There’s also more flexibility compared to credit cards as the services offer little to no interest and the approval process is easy.
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QR Code Payments to Hit 3 Trillion Value by 2025
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eTail Asia: Shaping Retail in 2022
Societal and technological advancements are shaping the future, and there are shifts in consumer psychology that led to the rise of e-commerce social selling.
The Shaping Retail guide by our partners at eTail™ Asia can help you navigate this ever-changing ecosystem and access the latest retail insights impacting the industry.
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