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01/01/2013 - Fight Online FRAUD
Nine out of ten online merchants may be vulnerable to credit card FRAUD, according to a survey by SignatureLink, an online security firm, and payment industry communicator CardNotPresent.com. The survey found that only ten percent of websites surveyed require shoppers to accept the terms and conditions of payment to the site via e-signature, vocal consent or a physical signature. Agreement to site terms and conditions along with data breaches are areas of focus for ecommerce businesses that process payments online.
11/01/2011 - Profits & Pitfalls of Global eCommerce
The old adage, "Think global, act local," is increasingly obsolete.
10/01/2011 - Google Universe: Tools To Build Your Business
For any retailer seeking low cost tools to boost the bottom line, the first place to look is Google.
07/01/2011 - New Payment Frontiers: Smart Phones
With smartphone use growing in America, the technology exists for anyone to process a credit card when it comes time to check out a customer.
12/01/2010 - Online FRAUD: Threat, Prevention, and Recovery
Anyone who buys or sells on the Internet may be vulnerable to online FRAUD.
09/11/2010 - Building Online Revenue with Affiliate Programs
"Do you want to make more money?" queried a certain line of infomercials in the 1990s.
10/01/2009 - Opinions Sway Youth
Younger shoppers are most influenced by online opinions, according to a study by Hill & Knowlton.
05/01/2009 - Fighting Payment FRAUD
Online retailers of all sizes fight web payment FRAUD by manual review.
02/01/2009 - Online FRAUD Climbs 11 Percent
Ecommerce FRAUD losses in the U.S. and Canada are expected to reach $4 billion for 2008, an 11 percent increase from 2007, according to CyberSource Corp.
02/01/2009 - Hackers Attack Retail Sites
Hacker attacks against retail sites soared in the last half of 2008, rising by 161 percent during the July to November period.
01/01/2009 - Relaxed Return Policies
More than half (52 percent) of retailers surveyed by the National Retail Federation (NRF) said their return policies for the holiday season will be more lenient than for the rest of the year.
11/01/2008 - Overstock.com Goes Global
Overstock.com is now selling to consumers in Canada, the United Kingdom and throughout the European Union.
11/01/2008 - Global Supply Chain Safety
The Internet's positive impact on global supply chain management is undeniable.
09/01/2008 - Ranking Wholesale Marketplaces
In this Internet era, sifting through all the available online marketplaces and search engines to find a wholesale supplier can be extremely time-consuming.
09/01/2008 - Ebay to Emphasize Fixed-Price Sales Format
Acknowledging that most online shoppers cannot be bothered with auctions, eBay plans Wednesday to announce changes to its fee structure that emphasize fixed prices over bidding.
08/01/2008 - Online FRAUD Rises
More consumers are being victimized by FRAUDulent use of their credit and debit cards to make online purchases, according to research firm Javelin Strategy & Research.
08/01/2008 - Fighting Organized Retail Crime
As organized retail crime continues to plague the industry, retailers are getting more serious about uncovering, dismantling and prosecuting the responsible individuals and crime rings.
08/01/2008 - Checkout Options
Some retailers and wholesalers are still using their websites as more of an online catalog than an ecommerce engine and it is a shame to see them leaving so much money on the table.
04/01/2008 - Web Cash Payment Sparks Sales
As lending standards tighten and credit card interest mounts, several online retailers are reacting by offering interest free, cash payment checkout options for shoppers.
04/01/2008 - Payment FRAUD Grows
The percentage of online revenue lost to FRAUD in 2007 held steady with 2006 at 1.4 percent.
04/01/2008 - Combating Security FRAUD
What can be more frustrating then selling your products to a credit card thief? The lawful owner of the card will likely eventually get reimbursed, but you will be left without your product and with a negative tally on your ledger.
03/01/2008 - New Click FRAUD Filter Improves Traffic Quality
Click Forensics, Inc., the leading provider of click FRAUD prevention solutions, has announced the availability of Click Forensics for Publishers
02/01/2008 - Bolster Global eCommerce
Global eCommerce has incredible possibilities when it comes to sales. Buyers are able to find the best prices, and sellers can connect with the greatest number of customers.
01/01/2008 - Retail Crime and eFencing
The House Judiciary Committee's subcommittee on crime, terrorism and homeland security recently held a hearing, in preparation for new legislation aimed at cracking down on organized retail crime.
12/01/2007 - PCI Compliance Update
There are few things more important for ecommerce sites than being PCI DSS compliant.
10/01/2007 - FRAUD Tops Retail Worries
Managing FRAUD is U.S. online merchants' biggest concern about accepting global payments, according to a recent study by CyberSource Corp.
09/01/2007 - Shrink Is Big
Retailers' loss to theft is higher than many realize. Just ten percent of major retailers believed their level of shrink was high in comparison to their competitors, according to one recent study.
09/01/2007 - Crime Savvy Retailers
Retail losses from theft and FRAUD have reached an all time high.
07/01/2007 - News Archive Offers Insight For Retailers
All of the articles you read in Web Wholesaler Magazine can now be found conveniently online in the "Wholesale News and Article Archive," on Wholesalecentral.com.
06/01/2007 - New FRAUD Protection Fits In A Wallet
VeriSign, Inc., the leading provider of digital infrastructure for the networked world.
05/01/2007 - Phishers Try New Tactics
Phishers and spammers are finding new ways to con visitors to retail sites.
05/01/2007 - Combating ID Theft
The disclosure that TJX Cos.' computer breach leaked information on more than 45 million accounts makes it clear that retailers need to take steps to combat ID theft.
05/01/2007 - BOC vs. POP
Now more than ever, retailers are processing customers' checks electronically. Image exchange, or electronic check conversion via the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network, are valid options.
04/01/2007 - Troubles Mount From Data Breach
The extent of the damage from the breach of personal data contained in TJX Company's computer systems has yet to be fully quantified.
04/01/2007 - Keeping Shopping Carts Safe
A wholesaler's online shopping cart is the backbone of the business, so taking care of it is essential.
03/01/2007 - Short Changing Retailers
A recent report serves to confirm retailers' claims that the interchange fees Visa and MasterCard charge for card acceptance are far higher than the benefits these merchants receive.
03/01/2007 - Boosting International Web Sales
The Internet has made the world a true global marketplace, but it is still easy for web retailers and wholesalers to forget what lies beyond their domestic borders.
03/01/2007 - Avoiding Global FRAUD
When Matt Alper launched Copshoes.com from his living room in San Antonio, Texas, he had no idea that his line of shoes and boots for police, firemen and security personnel would have such a huge market appeal.
02/01/2007 - Gift Cards Keep Giving
Gift cards reached an estimated $24.8 billion, or about four percent of all 2006 holiday spending, according to most estimates.
02/01/2007 - Dawn of mCommerce
Multi-channel marketing adds another channel: mCommerce, which is shopping on mobile phones. While wildly popular overseas, mCommerce is only now beginning to pop up in the U.S.
01/01/2007 - Retail Theft Rises
For the first time in four years, the rate of retail loss has increased, according to a new University of Florida retail study.
01/01/2007 - Many Unhappy Returns
It is not just a sweater that's too small or a duplicate blender that will be returned to a store after the holidays. Honest shoppers will be joined at the return counter by a growing number of increasingly sophisticated crooks.