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Women now pay bills online as much as men, one of several demographic shifts noted in the latest online banking and bill pay survey conducted for Fiserv Inc.

“The 2010 Consumer Billing and Payments Trends” survey showed that 51% of online bill payers in the United States are women, compared with 61% who were men from the same survey in 2002. Other key findings were that paper checks have declined from 61% of all payments in 2000 to only 26% in 2010 and that consumers using mobile banking increased from 23% in 2008 to 30% in 2010.

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