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Stopping the Surge of Card Not Present Fraud in Retail Call Centers

Pindrop Security

While the US may have been the last major country to transition to EMV chip card technology, adoption has been swift - as has a corresponding rise in card-not-present (CNP) fraud, as fraudsters shift their focus to less protected channels such as the call center. Not surprisingly, according to Aite Group, an independent research firm, 72% of executives expect call center fraud loss to continue to grow, with $4 billion in counterfeit card fraud moving into the phone channel.

A top global retailer partners with Pindrop to eliminate 80% of call center fraud. Download this white paper to learn more.

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Published:  Mar 21, 2018
Length:  2
Type:  White Paper