Sixty-four percent of persons from higher-income households who don't currently participate in a rewards program with their main bank would increase business with their main bank if they were rewarded for doing so.



Stat: Sixty-four percent of persons from higher-income households who don't currently participate in a rewards program with their main bank would increase business with their main bank if they were rewarded for doing so.

Stat Categories: Loyalty Program / Rewards Stats

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Stat Source: Maritz

Publisher (site that mentioned this stat): LoyaltyLeaders.org

Submitted By: Michael Raeford

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