Students Perception About Digital Financial Services

Elena Moreno-Garcia, Arturo Garcia-Santillan, Damaris Platas Campero


The purpose of this research is to determine how the students from a Mexican university perceive the different digital financial services. For the study, the Durai and Stella (2019) test was used, which is made up of twelve indicators in a Likert format to assess the perception of digital services, based on their convenience, adaptability, affordability, security, user-friendliness, trailing fee, accurate timing, online monthly statement, quick financial decision making, interbank account accessibility and internet connectivity. The main findings point to the satisfaction that respondents feel towards digital financial services in the five dimensions that were studied: Internet Banking, Mobile Banking, Mobile Wallet, Credit Cards and Debit Cards. Student’s perception was extremely satisfactory towards Debit Card services, especially on the indicators of adaptability, affordability, security, user-friendliness, accurate timing, online monthly statement and portability. In addition, the Mobile Banking services had a positive impact on the Interbank account accessibility and Internet Connectivity. This could be explained by the way these current generations of young millennials easily handle technological use.

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International Journal of Financial Research
ISSN 1923-4023(Print)ISSN 1923-4031(Online)


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