A majority of e-shoppers prefer making payments through credit or debit cards rather than cash-on-delivery or online banking modes, says a survey by financial services firm Visa.
The firm survey 806 Internet users who access the web at least once a week and are aged between 18 and 55.
“About 74 per cent of the respondents preferred card payment for online shopping, while only 51 per cent used cash-on-delivery, followed by 47 per cent who used net banking,” the survey said.
According to survey, the top three categories for online purchases in the country are fashion, online bill payments and movie tickets.
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