An exploration of card payment services in Mexico: A managerial and customer perspective
Keywords:card payment, trust, distrust, security, bank services, economic growth, Mexico, emerging markets
This study is rooted in trust theory to comprehensively understand the determinants of card payment usage in the context of Mexico. Thus, we employed a quantitative approach to investigate how attitude, security, trust, distrust, and intention aid the advancement of card payment usage in Mexico. Our findings show the direct and indirect determinants of card payment use and establish the interaction effects of trust and card payment advancement through gender. Consequently, this study moves the emerging mobile card payments literature forward by providing significant managerial, theoretical, and empirical contributions and assuaging feelings of distrust towards card payment services.
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