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The Post-EMV Friendly Fraud Epidemic

May 12, 2016 Manav Gupta

A recent report by CBS showed that 86 percent of consumer chargebacks are deliberate. This is a growing trend of friendly fraud—where consumers make a purchase online and then request a chargeback from the issuing bank after receiving the goods or services they ordered. Instances of friendly fraud tend to […]

Online Retailer Implements IE7 Tax

June 14, 2012 Chad Sweely

Kogan (an online retail website where online shoppers can browse and buy tech-related products) has recently implemented a new process of getting its users to view their website with more up-to-date web browsers, so that their website can be viewed with the best productivity without running into design conflicts. The […]

Yandex Unveils Yandex.Money Debit Card

April 19, 2012 Chad Sweely

Yesterday, the well-known Russian Internet provider Yandex announced that they will be releasing Yandex.Money cards for their customers. Users of these new cards can acquire a free MasterCard debit card that can be tethered to their Yandex.Money account. This new system can be used to purchase items both on and […]

Retail Sales Up For Ninth Straight Month

April 13, 2011 Mike Sachoff

Clothing, electronics, home furnishings and building materials all saw increased retails sales in March for the ninth straight month, according to a new report from the National Retail Federation. Retail sales (which exclude automobiles, gas stations, and restaurants) for March increased 0.6 percent seasonally adjusted from February and 3.9 percent […]

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