Month: January 2017

A vaping e-retailer snuffs out chargebacks

Written by James Melton for Internet Retailer. For roughly $700 per month, the owner of VapeSociety.com and VapeMood.com eliminated chargebacks of up to $5,000 per month. Cesar Campos thought chargebacks for fraudulent credit card purchases of $3,000-$5,000 per month were going to be a regular cost of doing business. Campos, marketing director of Campos Inc…. Read more »

Fraudulent activity undetectable by 38 per cent of organisations

Article originally posted on CPI Financial, written by Isla Macfarlane. A survey conducted by Kaspersky Lab and B2B International suggests that banks and payment organisations are finding it difficult to manage online financial fraud in today’s connected and complex technological landscape. The explosive growth of e-payments, combined with new technological developments and shifting business needs,… Read more »