San Mateo, CA, June 23, 2022 — PerimeterX, the leading provider of solutions that detect and stop the abuse of identity and account information on the web, has announced the … Continue Reading →
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Automated Fraud — including Sneaker bots and Hype Sales Attacks, Credential Stuffing, and Account Takeover (ATO) Attacks — on the Rise SAN MATEO, CA, March 8, 2022 – PerimeterX, the … Continue Reading →
Extends market leadership with new customers, new products and industry recognition SAN MATEO, CA, March 3, 2022 — PerimeterX, the leading provider of solutions that detect and stop the abuse … Continue Reading →
The clash between retailers and states over cross-border taxation is coming to a head, with four federal proposals currently under consideration to provide a solution. Here is what you need to know now to help you prepare for these ecommerce tax regulations.
Attendees at NEMOA’s directxchange conference in Boston last week offered their reaction to the Marketplace Fairness Act, see what they had to say.
Chief Direct Marketer View Web Version MCM THURSDAY News and Intelligence for the Multichannel Merchant March 19, 2015 Retailers Are Marching Toward the Big Data Analytics Cloud Retailers have been … Continue Reading →
Here we go again… A bipartisan group of Senators introduced a bill Tuesday that would allow local brick-and-mortar retailers to compete on a level playing field with out-of-state sellers. The bill, in some form, has been introduced by Senate three times this decade.
Before heading out for summer recess, the U.S. Senate made plans to extend the Internet Tax Freedom Act, which bars states from levying taxes on internet access.
View Web Version MCM TUESDAY News and Intelligence for the Multichannel Merchant July 22, 2014 SUBSCRIBE UNSUBSCRIBE Aeropostale, Lululemon and Shutterfly Make the “10 Brands That Will Disappear” List … Continue Reading →
Here’s why TruST believes the Marketplace and Internet Tax Freedom Act does a severe disservice to both bills, threatening to stall ITFA and derail a productive House debate over the future of remote taxation.