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How Manual Review Metrics Vary Across Small and Large Merchants

It can be difficult for merchants to really understand how well they are performing with manual reviews for online fraud management relative to their peers. In this FraudBlog post we look at merchant reported statistics from three surveys covering merchants of all sizes in North America and the United Kingdom highlighting major differences between high and low revenue e-tailers.

One key metric is the manual review rate, or number of transaction attempts that are queued for a manual review. This varies greatly by merchant volume as merchants processing tens or hundreds of million transactions per year cannot feasibly review a high portion of order attempts. Many start-up and smaller merchants, on the other hand, may review nearly any transaction that isn’t squeaky clean.

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