Survey: Holiday Shoppers Will Avoid Retailers Hacked Last Year
A new survey suggests nearly half of shoppers will avoid retailers affected by last year's data breaches this holiday season.
Creditcards.dot com says 45 percent of those surveyed said they would definitely or probably not shop at places like target or home depot.
29 percent said they wouldn't shop at those stores even if they were frequent shoppers there.
High-income households are least likely to avoid affected stores.
Women are more likely to continue shopping at stores that suffered data breaches.
And 48 percent of people said they're more likely to use cash for their holiday purchases this year.
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