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Avoid Preventable Chargebacks During the COVID-19 Crisis

While fraudsters are leveraging the pandemic crisis to commit more fraud, the increase in volumes, shipping delays and struggle to manage certain inventory is creating a unique set of problems. If not managed properly, merchants will see an increase in preventable, non-fraud related chargebacks and disputes. Here’s what merchants can do: Read More

 
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Processing Through Acquirers with Lower Fraud Rates Reduces the Need for SCA Under PSD2

Many merchants both within and outside of Europe are concerned with meeting Strong Consumer Authentication (SCA) requirements and how this might impact sales when nearly every eCommerce order over €30 will require two-factor authentication. A lesser known fact is that this order value threshold for requiring SCA increases in multiple tiers based on the fraud

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How to Secure Your Video Chats and Meetings to Protect Against “Zoombombing”

Keeping unwanted parties out of business meetings can range from important to imperative depending on the topics and focus of the video call. There has been a sudden increase in employees working from home and requiring the use of Zoom or other services. While many media reports have discussed the threat of “Zoombombing,” there are

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Will Enforcement of SCA in Europe be Pushed Back Again?

Published on April 7, 2020, by in Payments.

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently suggested that milestones related to ensuring Strong Consumer Authentication (SCA) compliance by March 31, 2021 may need to be postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The European Banking Authority (EBA) has maintained their December 31, 2020 deadline but will continue to monitor the events and reassess. Read More

 
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