Fraud360 was created for professionals in response to the ever-changing landscape of payments and commoditization, tightening regulation, and the need for a more secure payments environment. What is going on in the dark world of criminal fraudster organizations? Fraudsters are always searching for soft targets and detecting fraudulent transactions are expensive, costing your business for manual reviews and lost revenue from unhappy customers. Learn current global criminal techniques and trends.
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Fraudsters are always changing their tactics, networking with new criminals, spreading across the globe and developing new tools to steal from online merchants. We’ll look at what fraudsters are up to and how you can detect, deter and prevent fraud from hurting your business.
Did you know that checkout abandonment puts $147B worth of sales at risk in the US alone? That’s a hefty chunk of change that should be in your company’s pocket. In this session, we’ll discuss how checkout friction, a lack of customer confidence, and payment declines are negatively impacting your sales. With industry data, and real-life examples, we’ll provide you with some helpful tips on how to convert more shoppers to buyers.
The demands of global commerce and risk management have given rise to a new ecosystem of identity verification. Companies doing business around the world must now take a multi-layered approach to verify that an identity is a real person. This approach often entails verifying common customer identity data, such as phones addresses, and emails, behavioral analytics, device identification, and existing profile information, to help fight fraud and increase revenue. Partnerships are becoming key to doing this well, providing merchants the tools they need to be successful in their process.
Despite the recent political uncertainty unleashed in Europe and the U.S., e-commerce is still the best tool to spread your brand around the world and increase your sales. CardNotPresent.com Editor-in-Chief details why even smaller merchants should be looking beyond their borders, even when others are not, and what it takes to get you there safely.