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  • Not-so-friendly fraud

    Not-so-friendly fraud

    E-retailers look for ways to combat consumers disputing charges for web purchases.

    Posted 03/03/2014Thad RueterPost a comment

    E-retailers look for ways to combat consumers disputing charges for web purchases.

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  • Survey: Online Payments

    With debit card fees about to drop, some e-retailers adjust their payment strategies.

    Posted 08/31/2011Thad RueterPost a comment

    With debit card fees about to drop, some e-retailers adjust their payment strategies.
  • Shifting Sands

    With updated PCI security mandates on the way, the PCI Council considers new data-protection methods.

    Posted 09/01/2010Thad Rueter1 comments

    With updated PCI security mandates on the way, the PCI Council considers new data-protection methods.
  • / Technology

    More Ways to Pay

    Visa, American Express, Google, Amazon. They are all bidding to dethrone the king of online payment alternatives, PayPal.

    Posted 03/31/2010Thad RueterPost a comment

    Visa, American Express, Google, Amazon. They are all bidding to dethrone the king of online payment alternatives, PayPal.
  • Sponsored Case Study Spotlight

    Infinity Resources has used Chase Paymentech to process its online payments since 2001. And Jeffrey T. Hejny, vice president of finance and controller of Infinity, one of the leading direct marketers of entertainment products and a service provider to other direct retailers, has no plans to switch. “The main reason we’ve kept this relationship together is because of their reliable processing that is consistently accurate for us,” Hejny says. “We...

    Posted 04/09/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Infinity Resources has used Chase Paymentech to process its online payments since 2001. And Jeffrey T. Hejny, vice president of finance and controller of Infinity, one of the leading direct marketers of entertainment products and a service provider to other direct retailers, has no plans to switch.…
  • Maxed out

    Banks are cutting back consumers’ credit card limits. So how will online retailers close sales if customers can’t pay with plastic?

    Posted 01/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Banks are cutting back consumers’ credit card limits. So how will online retailers close sales if customers can’t pay with plastic?
  • Thrust and Parry

    Criminals use smooth talk and high tech to evade retailers’ fraud-detection systems. How savvy retailers counter their tactics.

    Posted 10/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Criminals use smooth talk and high tech to evade retailers’ fraud-detection systems. How savvy retailers counter their tactics.
  • Internet Retailer Survey: Money matters

    The latest Internet Retailer survey reveals that online retailers play it conservative when it comes to credit card acceptance.

    Posted 08/29/2007Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The latest Internet Retailer survey reveals that online retailers play it conservative when it comes to credit card acceptance.
  • Payment Processing

    Credit cards have reigned supreme since the early days of e-commerce, with good reason. They are a convenient payment vehicle for hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide and widely accepted by merchants. What’s more, the major card brands-American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa-have extensive processing and settlement networks unrivaled by other payment options.An Internet Retailer survey of 276 web-retailing organizations in October...

    Posted 06/30/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Credit cards have reigned supreme since the early days of e-commerce, with good reason. They are a convenient payment vehicle for hundreds of millions of consumers worldwide and widely accepted by merchants. What’s more, the major card brands-American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa-have…
  • SPONSORED SUPPLEMENT: E-Payments: Curing the Achilles Heel of the Web

    Like the reporting on an ongoing war, the news about Internet fraud is becoming more and more just part of the background noise of doing business on the Internet. Only major scams make the front page these days. But online fraud is a continuing threat to the online retailing industry and one that retailers need to pay closer attention to. 60% of online merchants report fraud rates higher than 1%, with an average of 1.7%; offline fraud is 0.07% of...

    Posted 02/04/2004Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Like the reporting on an ongoing war, the news about Internet fraud is becoming more and more just part of the background noise of doing business on the Internet. Only major scams make the front page these days. But online fraud is a continuing threat to the online retailing industry and one that…

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