Loyalty Marketers Association
Paper or email? That’s the question more and more shoppers are being asked these days when it comes to receiving a receipt. But as 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan explains, when you opt for an electronic receipt instead of a paper one, you may get some other unexpected things too.
Imagine your bank sharing details about the purchases you made with your credit or debit card. After all, they know exactly what you bought.