To help you address the growing ecommerce fraud threat, join Multichannel Merchant and Sift on Feb. 17 at 2 PM ET for a live webinar, “The Dark Web, Account Takeovers and You.” You’ll hear how leading retail and ecommerce companies are gaining competitive advantages by proactively preventing payment fraud, ATO and content abuse.
Ecommerce has become an ingrained part of our lives, as most find it an effortless, convenient alternative to retail shopping, especially considering the times. Unfortunately, bad actors always find ways to mess with the system and conduct all manner of fraud. With that in view, here are 4 proven ways to mitigate ecommerce fraud.
In this webinar, Sift’s VP of Trust and Safety, Kevin Lee will discuss how leading retail and ecommerce companies are adopting a digital trust and safety mindset backed by real-time machine learning to proactively prevent payment fraud, account takeover, content abuse and disputes from nefarious dark web activity.
In 2022, a new category of ecommerce financing will gain prominence in the BNPL space to address this popular buying category: Recurring purchases. Digital revolving credit offers far greater benefits for merchants, enabling them to leverage predictable revenue streams and create loyal, long-term customers.
For an ecommerce business, seamless payments are vital. According to one study from Baymard, 18% of U.S. online shoppers have ditched their cart in the last three months due to long and complicated checkout processes.
Now is the time to improve seamless payments for your ecommerce business. Here are some tips to guide you.
With online and store checkout being such a vital part of the overall customer experience, prioritize enhancing your payment processes to ensure a smooth and frictionless journey. This leads to lower online cart abandonment rates, larger basket sizes, higher retention rates and more revenue. Here three critical elements to include.
From account takeover to friendly fraud, phishing, spoofing, counterfeiting, chargebacks and more, there are many ways for fraudsters to disrupt and derail ecommerce. This special report from Multichannel Merchant takes a deep dive into current fraud trends and explores solutions and steps you can take to safeguard against it.
Card-linked offers, such as “get 5% cash back at Retailer X,” have become ubiquitous in online banking. And although targeting has improved, they’ve looked fairly similar for a while. Consumers ask “Why don’t I get offers from merchants I spend the most with?” The answer has to do with the limitations of bank-transaction data.