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E-Fraud Advice for Internet Retailers
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It's a third person perspective game, not first person.
I fear this may be the least interesting article ever posted on The Register. I mean *really*.
Connery himself would make an alarmingly excellent villain for a future Bond outing.
Merchants don't want to put off their customers
99% of online retailers want sheer volume of sales, and then take care of the fraud monitoring internally after the sales have come in. The more complex the payment system/shopper verification the greater the impact on sales.
It is generally only the small to medium sized businesses that go from entirely complacent to fanatical about fraud overnight, after being hit by a few charge backs, and begin leaping up and down at the supposed ineffectiveness of the card schemes.
Enrol in 3D Secure and train your order fulfillment staff properly. That's all there is to it.
Let the seller beware.
Irrational hatred of Yahoo
I hate Yahoo, but I don't know why. Does anyone else have an irrational hatred of Yahoo?
Presumably, when the light bulb blows above the MD's desk he will congratulate himself on his forethought at having arranged a replacement.
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