Competition within the online payment marketplace is heating up, according to a recent Forrester report, and might change the face of payment options in 2013.
Although a new study by ThreatMatrix had found that 85% of retailers are calling cyber security a high priority within their organizations, 40% of the respondents said they have no online prevention measures in place.
Shopping online is more popular than ever with consumers. Unfortunately, based on a 2012 LexisNexis “The True Cost of Fraud Study,”
Ecommerce retailers need to break out of the conventional payment options, such as traditional credit cards, if they want to see a boost in online sales especially in the international market.
Genesco, a sporting apparel retailer, has filed a $13 million lawsuit against Visa alleging the credit card company engaged in unfair business practices, among other actions.
Although a number of factors come into play when a customer makes a decision to buy online, none other is more important than trust. Here are five tips to help avoid those common mistakes and develop a website that is secure and trusted.
Merchandise shippers are wise to take measures to safeguard against erroneous charges buried within parcel invoices. There are dozens of
Steve DelBianco, executive director of NetChoice, said there is “big momentum” for federal legislation that would allow states to require online retailers to collect sales tax
When the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards were introduced four years ago, they were received with about as much enthusiasm as a root canal.
This isn’t a new law. The Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act, or FACTA, was passed by Congress in 2003 in an effort to combat identity theft. It