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Cashless payments over the past decade have been strengthened by the growing popularity of contactless cards.
In 2017, for the first time ever, debit card payments overtook cash, as the use of cash declined by 15% in a year.
In 2018, after years of card payments slowly weighing in on the dominance of cash transactions, cashless has now overtaken as the most popular method of payment.
With the end of the year approaching, we've taken a look at everything Card Saver have achieved in 2018.
With an increasing number of stores now exclusively accepting credit or debit, Britain is increasingly moving towards being a cashless society.
Thieves are increasingly trying to smash or blast their way into UK cash machines - with the number of attacks on ATMs nearly doubling in four years.
Throughout November, our fantastic team, family and friends managed to raise a fantastic £1000 (and counting), reaching our initial goal for the Movember Foundation.
As the cashless economy continues to grow businesses must plan for the future by enhancing customer experience to appeal to the new generation of tech-savvy Brits.
Around 50% of Brits believe cash is 'on the way out' and will ‘soon’ be replaced by alternative ways of paying for goods and services.
Mobile payments such as Apple, Google and Samsung Pay have grown by 55% annually within the contactless arena and m-wallets now account for nearly 6% of all card transactions.