Category: Tips

eCommerce Fastlane Podcast: Protect Your Shopify Brand

NoFraud’s Director of Business Development, Shoshanah Posner, recently joined the eCommerce Fastlane podcast to discuss the latest fraud trends impacting eCommerce. In this podcast, you will learn: – Current fraudster landscape as it relates to data breaches, stolen card data, and synthetic identities. – What is the Dark Web and what are people doing there? – Reshipper fraud,… Read more »

Preventing Chargebacks for Subscription Billing

Automated subscription payments are quite literally the gift that keeps on giving for eCommerce. Once you’ve acquired a customer, they’re much more likely to buy again and again. Especially popular among Millenials, subscription-based businesses are booming in practically every industry, from personal care products to toys to specialty foods. Unfortunately, the subscription model also carries… Read more »

ARE FREIGHT FORWARDERS A RED FLAG FOR FRAUDULENT BEHAVIOR?

Receiving an order with a request for delivery to a “freight forwarder” or “reshipper” can make even the most experienced eCommerce merchant wary. For many online sellers, a freight forwarder is strongly associated with fraud—often, it’s assumed to be a fake address used by scammers—and for good reason. In this blog post, we’re breaking down… Read more »

What Is a Fraud Mule Attack and How Do I Prevent One?

A new fraud trend is developing in the eCommerce world, and it’s especially hard for most fraud detection solutions to catch. Known as a fraud mule attack, parcel mule scam, or reshipping scam, this notorious form of fraud harms innocent victims beyond the merchants that are scammed. In this blog post, we’ll explain how fraud… Read more »

From breach to checkout, how stolen credit card data gets into your orders

From breach to checkout, how stolen credit card data gets into your orders Once breached credit card data spills onto the dark web, it’s only a matter of time before some of that data trickles into your eCommerce site’s transaction volume. Nevermind that you’ve plugged all possible leaks in your payment process. Fraudsters will gleefully… Read more »

NoFraud Partners with Cashier by Bold

NoFraud is pleased to announce an integration with Cashier, by Bold, available to our Shopify and BigCommerce customers. “Cashier is a feature-rich global checkout solution designed to help your business scale. You can create a flawless shopping experience for your customers with advanced features such as Upsell after checkout, stored credit card accounts, the ability… Read more »

CNP Fraud Will Hit.. Are You Prepared?

Originally posted on Inside Retail Australia. Increasingly complex card-not-present fraud will cost retailers US$130 billion globally in digital sales over the next five years. A Juniper Research study predicts that retailers’ slow pace in keeping up with new fraud prevention requirements will allow cybercriminal practices to become more widespread as more and more consumers shop… Read more »

The Truth About Gateway Filters

Many online merchants fight chargebacks by using payment gateway filters to protect their integrated payments processes from fraudulent behavior. What they may not realize is that these gateway filters are actually hurting their businesses by declining perfectly safe orders along with fraudulent ones. In this blog post, we’ll walk you through the nitty-gritty of what… Read more »

The 7 types of eCommerce fraud schemes you should know about

This article was written by our director of business development for Entrepreneur.com. As an eCommerce seller, there are multiple responsibilities juggled between you and your team — sourcing product, quality control, customer service, SEO, HR. One of the tasks that is often overlooked, until it is too late and very costly, is fraud prevention. With… Read more »

The Shocking True Cost of Chargebacks

Originally posted by CardNotPresent.com. How much would you guess businesses lost to chargebacks in 2017? $10 billion? Maybe even $20 billion? Generous guesses—but not generous enough. Or, maybe you keep up with statistics and you read that the total cost of chargebacks came to $31 billion in a single year. Sorry, you’re still not even… Read more »