The actions you can take to help prevent fraudulent transactions depend on whether you sell goods online or sell goods in-store.
Selling goods online
Use AVS or 3-D Secure to verify a cardholder’s identity during online transactions. Read more
Address Verification Service (AVS) is a fraud prevention service for card-not-present transactions and keyed transactions.
AVS prompts the cardholder to provide their billing address when they are entering their payment card details at the checkout. Read more
Yes, contactless payments are secure because they use the same encryption and security as EMV transactions. Read more
Fraud screening tools are software that analyze transactions and indicate if a transaction is likely to be fraudulent. Fraud screening tools provide you with information that allows you to decide whether to continue with the transaction. Read more
3-D Secure is a fraud prevention tool that provides additional security for online transactions. Issuing banks use 3-D Secure to help verify the cardholder’s identity during a transaction.
Note: Using 3-D Secure shifts the liability for chargebacks to the cardholder or issuing bank. Read more
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. Read more