Online banking is on the rise in India, but most people are still reluctant to use it.
According to a new survey by Nifty Bank, online banking accounts for over a billion people worldwide are on the decline.
The survey was conducted by Niftalk, a global technology company, and the results have been released on Thursday.
More than 80 percent of respondents said they do not want to use an online bank account, and nearly half of them said that they do this because of security concerns.
The survey also revealed that there are only a few banks that offer online banking in India.
Banks have been trying to find a solution for their customers to move money around without any hassle.
In fact, many banks have partnered with mobile payment solutions to make it easier for their clients to transfer money.
However, in the end, the survey showed that most people still prefer to keep their cash in their own bank accounts.
The only bank that comes close to the average number of people wanting to keep cash in the bank account is Chase Bank.
“Online banking accounts in India have become an increasingly popular form of payments in the past year,” said Arun Nair, CEO of Nifty.
“The survey showed a number of banks are taking advantage of this trend and offering mobile and online banking for their consumers.”
The survey also showed that the majority of respondents preferred the convenience of having a single online bank.
In comparison, the majority prefer the convenience offered by a mobile or online bank, while only 18 percent prefer to pay using a credit card.
The biggest concern among respondents was the security of their cash.
Nearly 70 percent of the respondents felt that they have a good or very good experience using a bank account using the technology.
However, the data shows that the number of frauds and cyberattacks has also been on the increase.
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