Any botnet or automated activity using fraudulent clicks, referrals, malicious redirects, or malware installations is considered advertising fraud. Learn how you can prevent advertising fraud and boost your return on ad spend (ROAS).
Online marketplace fraud is when unethical buyers or sellers try to make an illicit profit through fraudulent activity. Learn about common types of marketplace scams and how you can protect your users from online marketplace fraud.
Return fraud is when a customer takes advantage of a return policy to return an item they never bought or one that has been used or tampered with. This article examines the different types of return fraud and suggests six strategies eCommerce businesses can use to protect themselves.
Here are a few of the largest data breaches across industries that happened in 2022. From Cryptocurrecy to the Los Angeles school system, no one is safe from fraudulent activity. Learn about what you can do to protect your online business.
In the last five years, people have reported losing 1.3 billion dollars to romance scams. Romance scams occur when someone pretends to be in a relationship with someone else to extract money or personal information. Learn how you and your business can prevent becoming a victim of romance and dating app scams.
Have you ever disputed a charge on your credit card? Chances are, you have. Whether the dispute was friendly or fraudulent, chargebacks are very costly for ecommerce companies. Learn about how major payment processors handle chargebacks and ten strategies you can use to prevent them from happening.
There are many risks involved when you decide to collect personal or financial information for your online business. Stay one step ahead of fraudsters and learn how online businesses can protect themselves from credential theft.
Retailers need to protect themselves from fraudulent activity that can occur anywhere from login to delivery. We compiled a list of eight things to know about potential threats to help retailers best tackle fraud prevention.
BOPIS stands for “buy online, pick up in-store.” Also known as click-and-collect fraud or curbside pickup fraud, BOPIS fraud includes any fraudulent activity when someone orders merchandise from a store’s website and then picks it up at the store location.
Referral fraud occurs when a user exploits your referral program to gain unearned rewards. These rewards include providing referrals that are not genuine, creating fake accounts to game the system, giving self-referrals, dispersing a referral code through channels that are not approved by the business, and more.