Americans are very concerned about someone obtaining their credit, debit, or check card numbers, and with good reason. According to a recent Paymentech survey of 800 adults, almost half the population is more concerned about someone obtaining their credit, check, or debit numbers than about losing their car keys, checkbook, appointment book, cell phone, or even having someone hack into their computer files. Yet 35% of those polled said they are just a little or not at all concerned that many receipts expose entire account numbers and expiration dates.
Consumer Concerns About Credit Card Numbers (June 2002)
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