Tag: counterfeit credit cards
A common type of fraud involves the use of credit cards as the form of tender to obtain goods or services and typically originates with the theft of the actual credit card or the account number. Credit card fraud detection is difficult. If a credit card or number is stolen, the Read More
By Chris Trlica
Just as the word “e-commerce” has come to refer to a menagerie of different specialized markets, so e-commerce credit card fraud comes in many different guises. As the great pace of retail evolution dictates that retailers’ transaction processes are constantly changing, so the frauds change with them.
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Many articles in the LPM Insider talk about EMV chip technology in credit cards and how this technology fights credit card fraud. While it’s true that the chips make it much more difficult for fraudsters to create counterfeit credit cards, has the technology caused a major decline in credit card Read More