Chinese consumers worry more about where they can pay bankcard bills than other factors when choosing credit cards, suggest survey data from Analysys International, a Beijing-based research company. The findings, based on 3,974 questionnaires sent in March to adult Internet users in China, show that 63% of respondents were concerned about convenient ways to pay card bills-whether at ATMs, bank branches or convenience stores. Fifty-five percent of respondents said they worried about card safety. About half of respondents said they considered the card brand when choosing a credit card, while nearly the same percentage considered annual fees. Almost 30% said they were concerned with reward points, while about 12.6% cared about gifts that come with cards.
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