Cashless Britain: over-55s and low earners at risk of being left behind

Study warns banks to adapt offerings to help consumers to use mobile or online banking

With Britons increasingly turning to digital payments, consumers aged over 55 and those on low incomes “risk being left behind” by banks, according to new research.

The findings come in the wake of a major report earlier this month that says more than 8 million UK adults would struggle to cope in a cashless society.

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