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Poster: User perception of usability and security of a mobile payment system

@inproceedings{Sieger2012PosterUP,
  title={Poster: User perception of usability and security of a mobile payment system},
  author={Hanul Sieger and D. E. M{\"o}ller},
  year={2012}
}
Mobile (feature) phone-based monetary transactions are common in the developing world, where there are millions of users in Africa and India. These mobile payment systems are often offered by network carriers acting as a clearing house for a small fee on each transaction. This payment system does not require the user having a bank account. Evaluations of these payment systems usability and security have been done in [1]. 

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