False positives are getting to be a bigger problem than actual fraud, as they can seriously harm online business’s bottom line. It’s a complex issue that touches many online merchants. What exactly are false positives and how can merchants minimize them?
Do you know what fraud is and why it sends chills down the merchant’s spine when they just think of it? Read on to learn several types of online payment fraud and how to prevent it.
Machine learning can be used in many ways today and scientists are just limited by their imagination. Can the power of machines be strong enough to fight fraud?
Fraud can happen anywhere in the eCommerce world. It doesn’t matter if you’re running a small online business or are an owner of a retail chain. Technology developing and eCommerce market growth are incentives for fraudsters to find new ways of hacking into the market. It’s hard to estimate the true scale of fraud in business, but it’s a serious
Payment fraud is a term that scares every ecommerce business owner. There is nothing to be surprised about, fraud can be very costly, and it comes with your money as well as with your credibility and customer’s trust. Read the post to see the meaning of payment fraud.
Online shopping is getting more and more popular, and with increased volume of e-payments come also fraudulent activities. So, for ecommerce owners fraud prevention is a must. See how you can minimise the risk of chargebacks with fraud management tools.