If a fraudster wants to check that they can use their stolen card data to make purchases, they may run test transactions on e-Commerce stores. If the transactions are approved, the fraudster knows that the card data is valid and that they can then continue to use the card data for further transactions.… Read More “What is card testing?”
To help prevent fraud on your e-Commerce store, we recommend you include additional security features on your website. Fraudulent transactions on your e-Commerce store may result in chargebacks or additional processing fees for each transaction.
We recommend that you include at least one of the following security features on your e-Commerce store:
Add a CAPTCHA to your store to identify whether users are humans or bots and prevent bots from running fraudulent transactions.… Read More “What can I do to help prevent fraud on my e-Commerce store?”
During an EMV transaction the chip on the card creates a unique code that the card issuer authenticates before they approve or decline the transaction. This makes it difficult for fraudsters to copy and use the card’s data because the unique code won’t work for another transaction.… Read More “How does EMV help to prevent fraud?”
EMV is a type of technology for credit and debit cards that helps prevent fraudulent transactions. EMV terminals work by reading a chip on the credit or debit card, which is harder for fraudsters to copy compared to a credit or debit card’s magnetic stripe.… Read More “What is EMV?”
No. Many of the major US card brands no longer require customers to sign an electronic receipt when they use an EMV card to purchase goods or services. If you accept EMV cards, you can process most transactions without a signature.… Read More “Do I need to collect signatures for all EMV transactions?”