Factors Affecting the Decisions of Tabung Haji Customers in Malaysia to Use ATM Banking: An Empirical Investigation
- IDENTIFYING AND RANKING THE FACTORS INFLUENCING THE ADOPTION OF ATM SERVICES BY CUSTOMERS (CASE STUDY: STATE AND PRIVATE BANKS OF IRAN). TORABI, MOSTAFA // Asian Journal of Research in Banking & Finance;Sep2012, Vol. 2 Issue 9, p1
This study intends to identify the factors influencing the Adoption of ATM Services (Automated Teller Machines), using a model designed according to Technology Acceptance Model and Diffusion of Technology Theory, and localized through the opinions of the banking experts. This model classifies...
- ATM `Price Controls' Would Hurt Consumers. // Consumer Comments;Mar/Apr99, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p1
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- The Effects of Consumer Personality Types on the Attitudes and Usage of Self-Checkout Technology in the Retail Sector among 18-22 Years Old. Jackson, Thomas W.; Parboteeah, Paul; Metcalfe-Poulton, Siobhan // International Journal of Marketing Studies;Apr2014, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p15
The aim of the research is to understand the relationship between personality types and the use of self-checkout machines (SCO) in retail. Understanding this relationship will provide different perspectives of how and why consumers interact with this technology in order to implement the...
- Beating the Banks at Their Own Game. Lynott, William J. // Podiatry Management;Jun/Jul2009, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p207
The article provides tips to save money and avoid high interest rates imposed by commercial banks. It suggests to close a bank savings account and transfer it into a money market account where it will yield more interest. To improve interest income, it is advised to invest cash that will not be...
- Training could help older customers like ATMs. Gore, Jennifer // Bank Marketing;Nov97, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p8
States that banks and other financial institutions could use training to make elderly customers more comfortable with using automated teller machines (ATM). Details about the study; Ways to help older adults become ATM users.
- ATM charges: a high price for convenience. // MarketWatch: Global Round-up;May 2005, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p120
Reports that the Treasury Select Committee is widely expected to recommend changes to the way in which independent automated teller machine (ATM) operators charge consumers to withdraw money in Great Britain. Issues around the provision of free banking services to the financially disadvantaged;...
- ATMs: Taking the pain out of check-out lines. // Business New Hampshire Magazine;Oct90, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p11
Discusses the trend being set by enterprising retailers who are installing point-of-sale Automated Teller Machines (ATM) at retail stores to ease the payment of goods by customers. Details on how the ATM card payment system works; Benefits of the payment system; Market opportunity for the service.
- In the ATM-fee game, It's banks 1, Connecticut 0. Hutchison, Robert // Fairfield County Business Journal;9/6/2004, Vol. 43 Issue 36, p18
Focuses on the disputes between the government officials and the Fleet National Bank in Connecticut. Concerns over the fees charged to several automated teller machine cardholders; Assessment on the protection of the consumers; Compliance of the firms on various bank laws.
- Contradictions in Branch-Use Trends. Barthel, Matthew // Community Banker;Nov2002, Vol. 11 Issue 11, p86
Presents the results of a survey on the use of bank branches by consumers in the U.S. Factors considered by consumers in the selection of banking transaction; Views of respondents on automated teller machines; Percentage of consumers that prefer banking at a branch.