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A third of American consumers are willing to switch banks in order to get their hands on a metal payment card, and almost half said they would like their credit unions or financial institutions more if they offered metal payment cards, according to a new survey commissioned by Somerset, N.J.-based card manufacturing firm CompoSecure.

The survey of 18,000 people in 18 markets around the world found that 45% of U.S. consumers said they felt more positively about their financial institution if it offered metal payment cards, and 33% said they would switch to a financial institution that offered a metal card. Payments consulting firm Edgar, Dunn & Company conducted the survey. 

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