Most Americans don't trust anyone with their data — including Wall Street banks.
And how protective bank customers are over their data might provide some ideas to big banks about how to best keep them happy. Nearly 1 in 5 Americans (18 percent) said they would rather break a bone than have their payment information stolen; and 51 percent say there's no one they trust with their data.
The trends come from a joint Harris Poll/Feedzai study that sampled more than 2,000 U.S. adults and is called the Consumer Trust Survey. Just 1 in 4 respondents said they trusted banking sites the most with their information, according to the study released Thursday.
"There is still a long way to go to make people trust the firms they share their data with," said Nuno Sebastiao, CEO and co-founder of Feedzai.