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Thanks to mobile versions of websites and dedicated smartphone applications, banks are making it easier than ever for customers to check their balances, transfer money and even pay bills through the smartphones in their purses and pockets. As of midway through 2012, a full 57% of U.S. smartphone owners use their device for some form of mobile banking. All customers need to access these features 24/7 is a smartphone and an internet connection.
While these services can be quite convenient for some, the fact that an internet connection is required makes it seem quite unsafe to others – and there’s good reason to believe this. Since smartphones are basically compact hand-held computers, they are just as vulnerable to viruses and data theft, which, when it comes to banking information, could result in disastrous consequences.
Here are some tips to keep in mind when banking with your mobile device to help keep both your data and your money safe.
Following these tips should keep you and your financial institution happy and help maintain the convenience and ease of mobile banking until the next great innovation.
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