5 Ecommerce Issues You Forgot–And How to Fix Them

Want to increase conversions, provide customers with a better shopping experience, and cut down on cart abandonment? Check out these five ecommerce issues you probably forgot and how to fix them to solve these problems and more.1. The Fat Finger Syndrome Customers are terrible at typing--especially when it comes to filling out incredibly small contact forms on their smartphones. The…

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How to Know Customers Are Who They Say They Are

In 2015 alone, 62% of companies were targets of payment fraud. As customers increasingly conduct their financial affairs online and via mobile devices, risk management and fraud prevention become more and more difficult. So, how do you know customers are who they say they are?Short of reaching through the computer, tablet, or smartphone screen and verifying a customer with your…

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Know Your Customer Compliance Boosted by Tech Innovations

Fintech breakthroughs that identify,validate and augment customer data help financial services organizations head off fraud, operate within the rulesOne of the most pressing issues facing the financial services industry today is the prevailing emphasis on security and fraud prevention. Big data and analytics are leveraging the power of the Internet, but also offering big, juicy plums for hackers, credit card…

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Fraud Prevention for Ecommerce Merchants Part 2

Auto-Complete Addresses with Verified Information To ensure a customer can quickly enter their billing/shipping information and get through the payment process, with as little hassle as possible, is critical in ecommerce. The last thing online retailers need is a frustrated customer submitting long fields of contact information in a web form or in a shopping cart; especially on mobile devices.…

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Fraud Prevention for Ecommerce Merchants

With online sales booming, creating a fast and seamless experience is key to customer satisfaction. However, creating a quicker yet safe transaction is essential as a merchant. According to LexisNexis, merchants are paying $3.10 (replacement costs plus fees) in costs for each dollar of fraud losses incurred. How can you provide a seamless transaction for both your consumer and your…

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