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Many consumers are choosing to skip regular Web browsing, and instead download phone apps from their bank, says Secil Watson, senior vice president of Internet and mobile banking at Wells Fargo in San Francisco.

That's fine as long as the customer is sure of the source, she says. "Don't use third parties to download your bank app. Instead, go to your financial institution's official app page to download it," Watson says.


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