One of every five beauty purchases online is made via the Amazon marketplace, according to a new report.
Online retailers have to manage a delicate balancing act to prevent fraud.
While merchants want fraud-screening tools that help them stay a step ahead of criminals’ evolving schemes to steal from them, they also want to avoid implementing such stringent prevention practices that they inadvertently deny good transactions. Nor do they want to use fraud-screening practices that require customers to jump through so many hoops during the authentication process that they become frustrated and leave their website.
This special report explores the technologies and tactics that retailers can use to help avoid falling prey to criminal attacks.
This Special Report sponsored by: Vantiv, FlexShopper, and Cardinal Commerce.