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Number of card not present transactions in Switzerland 2015-2018, by type

Total number of card not present transactions in Switzerland from July 2015 to July 2018, by type* (in 1,000s)

by James Cherowbrier, last edited Oct 18, 2018
Number of card not present transactions in Switzerland 2015-2018, by type This statistic illustrates the number of card not present transactions in Switzerland from July 2015 to July 2018, by card type. Card not present transactions are any payments in which the card being used is not physically there. This includes online payments, payments through email as well as telephone orders. The statistic shows that the number of transactions made increased overall during this time period for all forms of cards, with over 5.9 million credit card and a further 863 thousand transactions being made with debit cards in July 2018. The least popular card for payments in Switzerland were E-Money cards.
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Total number of card not present transactions in Switzerland from July 2015 to July 2018, by type* (in 1,000s)

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by James Cherowbrier, last edited Oct 18, 2018
This statistic illustrates the number of card not present transactions in Switzerland from July 2015 to July 2018, by card type. Card not present transactions are any payments in which the card being used is not physically there. This includes online payments, payments through email as well as telephone orders. The statistic shows that the number of transactions made increased overall during this time period for all forms of cards, with over 5.9 million credit card and a further 863 thousand transactions being made with debit cards in July 2018. The least popular card for payments in Switzerland were E-Money cards.
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