More Americans may be using mobile payments, but security remains a top concern across the board, new research finds. A new study by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) revealed that more than half of U.S. smartphone owners use their phone for at least some type of mobile payments; however, security remained the biggest concern for all U.S. smartphone users, regardless of whether they actually used their smartphones to make mobile payments.
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