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Keeping Up with the New Normal in eCommerce, Fraud and Payments

A common theme throughout 2020 has been the acceleration of digital adoption across both businesses and consumers. We take a look at the lingering impacts on payments and risk across multiple studies and reports comparing consumer and fraudster activity between 2019 and 2020. Read More

 
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Winners and Losers in the Largest US Online Holiday Shopping Season Yet

Mobile and eCommerce shopping hit new highs this holiday season as Cyber Monday yet again beat its own record as the largest online shopping day in the U.S. with over $9.4 billion in eCommerce retail sales. This followed a record day for Black Friday which reached $7.4 billion in online sales while U.S. eCommerce volume

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Black Friday Sets New U.S. Total Online Sales Record, Surpassed by Cyber Monday Days Later

Consumers continue to shop more online and from their mobile devices on Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday with another record-setting year. Black Friday 2016 turned out to be the third largest desktop eCommerce shopping day of all-time  in the U.S., but Adobe, including mobile commerce, estimated online Black Friday sales to reach $3.34 billion,

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Consumers Spending More Online per Purchase While Enjoying Better Discounts

A recent study utilizing a sample of eCommerce transactions since 2007 found that consumers were willing to spend almost twice as much more per item purchased when shopping online in 2011. Read More.

 
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