American consumers love ATM cards but they like visiting a teller better. This was the recent finding of a survey released this week by NCR Corporation.
The survey found:
73 percent of people make deposits via a bank teller.
62 percent use ATMs.
48 percent telephone their bank at least once a month.
45 percent still visit a bank teller at least three times a month.
11 percent use a personal computer to do banking.
Nearly half of the 25% of Americans with online access at home use their computer for banking.
The survey was carried out for NCR by BMRB International, an independent research firm, which polled 1,237 adults in the USA by telephone.
For more information on NCR visit www.ncr.com.