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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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  • 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.
  • Fleet`s merchant approach to smart card promotion

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like just another chip card touting security and easy online shopping, Fleet is pitching as a major feature to merchants that they will pay a lower Visa...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like…
  • / 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.
  • What a Teen Wants

    New ways of experiencing life have always worked this way: what seemed exotic to one generation is a way of life to the next. And so it is with Internet shopping. Teens are online in record numbers and probably will spend up a storm-as teens are wont to do. So what’s the problem? Here’s the problem: Teens usually don’t have a way to pay for what they want online without borrowing Mom and Dad’s credit card. Totally uncool. But where there’s a...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    New ways of experiencing life have always worked this way: what seemed exotic to one generation is a way of life to the next. And so it is with Internet shopping. Teens are online in record numbers and probably will spend up a storm-as teens are wont to do. So what’s the problem? Here’s the…
  • 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.
  • SPONSORED SUPPLEMENT: Securing the e-Payments Process

    For consumers and retailers alike, ensuring the security of online payments is key to the future of online retailing

    Posted 01/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    For consumers and retailers alike, ensuring the security of online payments is key to the future of online retailing
  • 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.
  • 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.…
  • And now, virtual plastic

    For decades, stores have tried to create customer loyalty by offering proprietary credit cards. Now, further evidence that web retailing is becoming more like traditional retailing, but with a twist, Amazon.com has introduced a proprietary credit "card."

    Posted 12/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    For decades, stores have tried to create customer loyalty by offering proprietary credit cards. Now, further evidence that web retailing is becoming more like traditional retailing, but with a twist, Amazon.com has introduced a proprietary credit "card."

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