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  • / Marketing

    The top--or bottom--10 countries for online payment fraud

    Indonesia and Nigeria topped retailers’ list of countries where they have experienced the most fraud, according to a survey commissioned by payment processor CyberSource. No. 3: The U.S.

    Posted 12/03/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Indonesia and Nigeria topped retailers’ list of countries where they have experienced the most fraud, according to a survey commissioned by payment processor CyberSource. No. 3: The U.S.

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  • / Technology

    Automating the online fraud fight

    Online fraud is down, but keeping it there is pushing order review up. CyberSource’s new Decision Manager service simplifies the order review process and puts it back under the control of business managers rather than IT.

    Posted 06/18/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online fraud is down, but keeping it there is pushing order review up. CyberSource’s new Decision Manager service simplifies the order review process and puts it back under the control of business managers rather than IT.
  • / Technology

    U.K. online fraud declined 15% in 2009

    U.K. card-not-present fraud fell 15% in 2009 to 278 million pounds ($416 million) in 2009, compared with 328 million pounds ($491 million) in 2008, says Retail Decisions.

    Posted 03/10/2010Zak StamborPost a comment

    U.K. card-not-present fraud fell 15% in 2009 to 278 million pounds ($416 million) in 2009, compared with 328 million pounds ($491 million) in 2008, says Retail Decisions.
  • / Technology

    Online fraud risk spreading beyond major cities, report says

    The five cities in the U.S. at greatest risk for online fraud accounted for a lower percentage of it in 2005 compared to 2004, as criminals spread their fraudulent activities to more places, CyberSource reports.

    Posted 01/19/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    The five cities in the U.S. at greatest risk for online fraud accounted for a lower percentage of it in 2005 compared to 2004, as criminals spread their fraudulent activities to more places, CyberSource reports.
  • / Technology

    International online orders pose more fraud risk, survey says

    A CyberSource survey finds that 55% of U.S. online merchants polled accept orders from outside the U.S. and Canada, representing about 14% of their total sales. The rate of direct fraud on such online orders at 2.4% doubles the overall fraud rate.

    Posted 02/09/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    A CyberSource survey finds that 55% of U.S. online merchants polled accept orders from outside the U.S. and Canada, representing about 14% of their total sales. The rate of direct fraud on such online orders at 2.4% doubles the overall fraud rate.
  • / Technology

    Retailers that share risk-management practices report lower online fraud

    Large Internet retailers in the U.S. that share risk-management best practices outperform other large online retailers in controlling fraud and protecting valid customer orders, according to the Merchant Risk Council.

    Posted 03/04/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Large Internet retailers in the U.S. that share risk-management best practices outperform other large online retailers in controlling fraud and protecting valid customer orders, according to the Merchant Risk Council.
  • / Technology

    Nearly half of online merchants expect fraud to rise in 2005, study says

    Online payment fraud will increase next year, according to the largest percentage of online retailers in a survey conducted by CyberSource. 49% expect fraud to rise, while 44% expect it remain the same and 7% say it will decline.

    Posted 12/27/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Online payment fraud will increase next year, according to the largest percentage of online retailers in a survey conducted by CyberSource. 49% expect fraud to rise, while 44% expect it remain the same and 7% say it will decline.
  • One for the good guys

    Retailers are cutting their fraud losses. But they`re not getting cocky, a CyberSource survey shows.

    Posted 01/29/2010Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Retailers are cutting their fraud losses. But they`re not getting cocky, a CyberSource survey shows.
  • Going up: Online fraud’s cost

    Consumers are getting smarter about avoiding identity fraud, suggest the findings of Javelin Strategy & Research’s 2006 Identity Fraud Survey. But with the numbers on some key indicators declining since the survey was last taken in 2005, the rising average cost of Internet-based identity fraud has the dubious distinction of bucking that trend.Overall, occurrences of identity fraud are down from last year. The number of U.S. consumers who have...

    Posted 04/28/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Consumers are getting smarter about avoiding identity fraud, suggest the findings of Javelin Strategy & Research’s 2006 Identity Fraud Survey. But with the numbers on some key indicators declining since the survey was last taken in 2005, the rising average cost of Internet-based identity fraud…
  • With fraud rates stable, merchants reject fewer risky orders

    Online retailers are rejecting fewer orders for fear of fraud. But even though fraud rates are stable, e-retailers are investing in security.

    Posted 04/30/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online retailers are rejecting fewer orders for fear of fraud. But even though fraud rates are stable, e-retailers are investing in security.

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