Since banks have automated the chargeback dispute process, consumers will now find it very easy to file credit card charges. Currently, customers can file disputes by only a few clicks through the mobile banking apps in their Smartphones. And while consumers are happy about it, what does this mean for small business owners? A chargeback
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