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Credit card companies definitely have this info (location, and date/time of use). However, I'm almost sure they won't provide you that information due to security and privacy concerns.
Not knowing enough about your research, I would suggest you to recruit
individuals who are willing to open a bank account for the purposes of your research. With that, you could then download the usage data from their accounts using Quicken or another banking software. Washington Mutual (for example) provides the address where the debit card was used.
On 3/17/06, Waldo Tobler <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> In conjunction with a space-time modeling effort we are looking for data
> of the following form:
> For a large number of credit cards we would, ideally, like the following
> information individual cards:
> For each uses of a specific credit card: all of the locations (zip code
> or better) at every time of use (day or better). Data over a year would
> be quite useful.
> That is for a large sample, trace the space-time paths of individual
> cards (if one person uses more than one card, combine these data).
> Individuals need not be identified.
> Can anyone suggest such a data source?
> Thanks to all
> Waldo Tobler
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