Whether you do your shopping primarily on the Internet or at the store, you most likely use a credit card to make your purchases. But, how many people really use their credit cards?
Sometimes our frequent spending gets us in more trouble than it should. In fact, many people have an easier time talking about their weight than their credit card debt. Overall, this may not be very surprising when the total eCommerce sales worldwide is at about $1 trillion! Check out the infographic for more startling facts about credit card spending around the world online and in the store.
Whether you are trying to build your credit score or you are just spending money that you don’t quite have yet, you most likely have one or more credit cards in your purse or wallet. It’s hard to believe that the average cardholder actually has at least 3 credit cards! But this isn’t quite as shocking when you think about the fact that 78% of shoppers will be online spending nearly $3000 each year online. Credit card use can easily get out of hand, and just by seeing these statistics of eCommerce sales, the numbers are only going to go up.
Credit card spending through forms of PayPal or Google Wallet are driving the eCommerce world on the internet while the average person carries about 3-4 actual credit cards in their pocket. While eCommerce is greatly occupied by a younger generation, the use of credit cards online is increasing every year as our world becomes more connected through the internet.
So, how much do you spend each year online? Do you think you will reach the average $2,849 next year? With increasing eCommerce sites using PayPal and the 3+ credit cards they own, these numbers are prospected to go up even more in the next year or so. With the percentage of adults shopping online going up by 15% in the next year, how long until no one leaves their house? Imagine the day of no physical stores, with every person only shopping online! Do you think this day will ever come?
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