It’s estimated that Americans lose approximately $50 billion a year to financial scams, and there are indirect costs like bounced checks, late fees, trouble meeting monthly expenses and even bankruptcy. So, it’s no stretch to say that fraud also results in emotional costs, which are, in fact high. 50% of victims report having felt severe
The holiday season is usually as hectic as it is jolly for retailers. Sales generated during the holidays contribute to the bulk of a merchant’s annual revenue. On the other hand, the sky-rocketing demand usually leaves businesses gasping for air. And, as if managing and satisfying deal-hungry customers isn’t overwhelming enough, there’s also the many
Card-not-present (CNP) fraud is growing as cyber thieves are becoming more skillful at using both technology and stolen payment card data to defraud retailers all over the world. Card-Not-Present (CNP) Fraud According to Research and Markets, the world’s leading market research store, e-commerce merchants, particularly in the US, are dealing with rapid online sales growth.
Online payments are classified as card-not-present (CNP) transactions because a customer doesn’t physically present the card when making a purchase. Although remote sales are convenient for both the buyer and seller, their anonymity makes them significantly more susceptible to fraud than card-present payments. Whether you run an established firm or a cash-strapped startup, e-commerce fraud