Many Americans making mobile payments don't consider themselves mobile-payment users

This chart comes from the Federal Reserve’s new report on mobile banking.

In most of these categories, people who claim not to be mobile payments users have actually made some kind of mobile payment — almost to the extent that self-identified mobile payments users have.

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