We are looking for people of all ages to take part in an interview for 45 minutes in London about banking.
Wednesday 9th March 2016
£40.00 + £10 for arriving early!
Various times available throughout the day
Please answer the questions below.
Working status i.e. full time, part time, etc
Occupation and job title of chief income earner in the household:
Who do you live with in your household?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Who do you hold your main/primary bank account with?
Do you use your main account for making transactions, paying bills, etc? Yes/No?
Are you registered for Internet banking? Yes/No?
Which make and model of mobile phone do you own and use?
Which of the following best describes how you manage your bank account?
I mainly use a desktop/laptop to manage my online banking
I mainly use my mobile phone to manage my bank account
I use both a desktop/laptop and my mobile phone to manage my bank account
I tend to speak to an advisor over the phone to manage my bank account
I tend to go in to a branch to speak to an advisor about my bank account
If you use your mobile phone to manage your bank account, please tell us which of the following statements applies to you
I manage my bank accounts by accessing the website through my mobile phone. I visit the banks website by typing in the URL in the internet browser.
I use a mobile banking app on my mobile phone
Do you have Touch ID enabled on your mobile phone? I.e. You use Touch ID to log into your phone for authentication purposes
Would be available as an all-day stand by for this study (would need to be at the venue from 9.30am – 4.30pm latest)? Yes/No?
(You would be paid £100 if selected)
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to reply to all emails or phone messages. We receive lots of responses to researches that are emailed out. You will be contacted by phone if your application is successful. However, we apologise if you do not hear from us, but please keep trying for future projects that are sent out.