We are looking for people aged 25-50 to take part in a group discussion in London for 2 hours about banking
Tuesday 24th April 2018
£75.00 + £10 for arriving early
10am or 2pm (depending on answers)
Please answer the questions below.
Working status i.e. full time, part time, etc
What is the highest level of education you achieved?
Occupation of chief income earner in the household:
Who do you live with at home?
If you have children, please tell us their ages
Which bank do you hold your main/primary current account with?
When was the last time you made a bank transaction of any kind?
Which of the following best describes you current living situation?
Home owner with a mortgage
Renting a council property
Privately renting from a local borough council
House/Flat share 9rented accommodation)
Live with parents
Which make and model of mobile phone do you use?
How long have you had your current mobile for?
Are you registered for internet banking or mobile banking with your current account? Yes/No?
How often do you access your main current account online?
Which of the following have you experienced which has led to monetary loss?
Digital Identify theft
Money stolen from your electronic bank account
Fraud after purchases such as dating website scams, fake concert tickets, fake competitions, etc
Online fraud leading to monetary loss
Duped/scammed such as a telephone call instructing them to take action on their machine
Money stolen via fraud emails or fake websites
Had someone take access their computer, networks or services without permission
None of the above
How long ago did you experience any of the above?
Which of the following statements do you agree with?
I usually read security information and terms and conditions before buying something from a new company online
I am comfortable sharing my location when I am asked on a website or app
I usually opt out of marketing information
I have taken action to protect myself online: installed and blockers, use a password manager, use ‘Do not track’ browser plug-in, use identity masking tools, etc
I let people know where I am by posting publicly on social media such as Facebook, Instagram, etc
I use/would consider using biometric methods such as fingerprint, facial recognition, when logging into devices
Are there any banks that you would never consider using in the future? If yes, please specify which banks you would never use
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
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