Examining the Trust Influencing Mechanism of Robo-Advisor Service

University of Lincoln, Lincoln International Business School


Dear participant, Thank you for spending your valuable time to answer several survey questions. 🎯Target audience: the United Kingdom, the European Union and the European Economic Area residents It will take approximately 10 minutes to complete this survey. As part of my master's dissertation at the University of Lincoln, I'm currently conducting a study examining the Trust Influencing Mechanism of Robo-Advisor Service. Betterment, Wealthfront, Wealthsimple, Nutmeg, Moneyfarm, Wealthify, Vanguard, Scalable Capital, etc., financial technology (Fintech) companies provide an automated advisory service to manage your investments. Their advisory services are accessible online or via mobile investment applications. Our primary focus in this survey is on an automated investment service that facilitates wealth management for customers by combining modern technologies and scientific algorithms called Robo- advisor. A Robo-advisor is an automated investment service that facilitates wealth management for customers by combining modern technologies and scientific algorithms. As a participant, your participation is entirely voluntary. Thus, you can leave the survey at any time without any negative consequences and/or skip any questions anywhere in the survey as per participant rights under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Participants will be asked to provide their: age, ethnicity, gender, marital status, education level, employment status, annual household income, home location (the EU/EEA country or the country outside the EU/EEA), net investable assets value, previous investment experience length. Your responses will be used purely for my master’s dissertation research. All previously mentioned demographic data will be collected via the anonymous link. As a result, participants can not be identified. Therefore, your submitted responses can not be removed at a later date. You will not be asked to provide your name, surname, or any personal contact details, except your email address. All participants will have an opportunity to be entered into a prize draw where one randomly chosen person will receive a £20 Amazon shopping voucher. As a result, all participants will be asked, voluntarily, to provide their email address to enter into a random prize draw. The winner will be contacted at the end of the draw. Thus, all provided email addresses will be deleted as soon as the winner will confirm the receipt of the £20 Amazon shopping voucher. If you have any questions, suggestions, comments, complaints, or any other concerns about this study, please contact the researcher. Please share my survey with your friends and family!

Your Impact


Robo-Advisor and Fintech development and improvement

Eligibility Criteria


All genders

All Ages

Study Tasks


Trust Influencing Mechanism of Robo-Advisor Service

Ethics


LIBS

Keywords


Fintech
Robo-Advisor
Trust
Trust Transfer Theory
Investments

Activity and Time


Psychology, Technology

Online

Weekdays, Weeknights, Weekends, Overnight

10 minutes total, 1 session

As part of my master's dissertation at the University of Lincoln, I'm currently conducting a study examining the Trust Influencing Mechanism of Robo-Advisor Service.

Compensation


A chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card

All participants will have an equal opportunity to be entered into a prize draw where one randomly chosen person will receive a £20 Amazon shopping voucher. The winner will be contacted at the end of the draw. Thus, all provided email addresses will be deleted as soon as the winner will confirm the receipt of the £20 Amazon shopping voucher.

Study Address


This study doesn't require any in-person visits. Complete it in the comfort of your own home!

You must be a resident in United Kingdom, Europe to join this study

Posting date: Oct 16, 2020

A chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card