Monday Poll: Do You Use Mobile Payments?

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When mobile payments were first starting to become mainstream, the main issue folks had was the support or lack there of for their personal bank. For example, if you had Wells Fargo, but Android Pay didn’t support it, you obviously would not be using the service.

Now that mobile payments have matured quite a bit, with tons of banks supported by both Samsung Pay and Android Pay, it’s more than likely that you have a card that’s usable on either service. The question remains, though, do you even use it?

For me, my bank does not support Android Pay or Samsung Pay, which is something I despise them for. I will continue to publicly shame them on social media until they do.

What about you, do you mobile payment?

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