Swiss people prefer to pay by credit card instead of cash. Here's the bonus collection of the comparison portal in its most recent study. Accordingly, 70 per cent of those surveyed prefer this method of payment. It is considered in the relevant media statement on Wednesday.
In the current survey, bonus has interviewed around 1 and 500 people. More than half of respondents said they often used their credit card or very often. This result was even more pronounced for men at 57.6 per cent than for women at 42.1 per cent.
As it also showed the results, aspects such as security and ease of payment are essential for the high use rate. For example, around 70 per cent of respondents said they used their card for these two reasons.
The benefits of customers are important
As it came to an end, the benefits of customers to Switzerland are also very important for the provider's choice. Almost 60 per cent of respondents believe that these benefits are quite important to very important.
In addition, additional credit card payments also apply as an election criterion. Overall, respondents were less satisfied here. Only under 38 per cent were considered to be beneficial to very beneficial.
Money still popular?
Recently with June, a survey by the Swiss National Bank revealed that around a third of purchases of more than 1,000 francs were paid in cash.
"Swiss is currently a cash country," said Bettina Gehring, a paid specialist at the Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW) at a 20 minute request. Switzerland would have something in their hands.
(Kat / SDA)