The 2021 Global Fraud Report reveals that, since the start of the pandemic, merchants are experiencing a higher volume—but smaller range—of fraud attacks, with friendly fraud now the #1 fraud attack.1
Two Cybersource fraud leaders recently joined the Merchant Risk Council (MRC) Advisory Boards, a driving force within the eCommerce industry.
For many consumers, the pandemic led to lifestyle changes, which have impacted on fraud over recent months. Here are four trends businesses should look out for.
Jordan McKee, Principal Analyst, Digital Payments for 451 Research, talks about the ecommerce landscape and how businesses need to start thinking about payments to stay ahead of the competition.
With the start of peak shopping season, you're likely moving on to the final phase of your preparations. Check out our four tips on what to focus on as you count down.
Consumers like the frictionless payment experiences that come with digital profiles, accounts, and cards on file, according to the The PYMNTS ;Global Digital Shopping Index
Now that consumers are headed back into stores, retailers need to balance the simplicity and convenience of the online shopping experience with the in-store experience.
Our managed risk analysts (MRAs) have identified five key fraud trends that telcos should take into account when planning their fraud strategy.