UK online shoppers still wary of security

Tuesday, 12 September 2006, 12:24 AM EST

Shoppers in the UK are happy to buy goods and services online, but are still unsure of who has responsibility for security, a new survey has found.

A poll by shopping portal MutualPoints questioned 3,500 people in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Leeds, Cardiff and Edinburgh, and found that over three quarters felt safe handing over their credit card details online.

At PCW.

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