Survey: 40% of SMBs Take Business Elsewhere Following Bank Fraud

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5:08 PM EST August 7th, 2012

As many as 40 percent of all small and medium-sized companies located in the United States say they’ll take their banking business elsewhere after experiencing fraud.

That estimate is based on a survey of 1,000 SMBs conducted by Guardian Analytics, The Paypers reports.

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