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2 Minutes on Fraud

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Give us two minutes and we’ll give you the latest updates on fraud. Staying current on trends is vital for fraud and payment professionals, but sometimes, just getting the time is a challenge. Have a question you need answered in 2 minutes or less? Email us at fraudfighter@kount.com

2 Minutes on Fraud: Episode 5 - “Become A Professional Fraudster”

A simple online search can reveal thousands of sites that sell credit cards online. The dark web used to be a hidden corner where bad guys would exchange best practices. But now, it’s out in the open. Today, a regular person can Google Search terms to find hundreds of pages of content designed to help them become a professional fraudster. Rich Stuppy, Chief Operating Officer, Kount, outlines how simple it is to become a professional fraudster.

2 Minutes on Fraud: Episode 4 – “Set It & Forget It Does Not Exist”

In the past, fraudster tools for defeating your fraud prevention techniques were proprietary and only available on the dark web. Times have changed. Today, fraudsters are more blatant than ever. Tools are widely available at online stores to help fraudsters exploit your company. No longer in the shadows, online fraud tools are easily distributed and constantly evolving. Using a “set it and forget it” strategy for to protect your company from attacks will simply not work. Rich Stuppy, COO, Kount, explains fraud behaviors and how creating a robust fraud strategy will prevent you from being a target.

2 Minutes on Fraud: Episode 3 – “The Chargeback Lag?”

The 30-60-90 day lag in chargeback reporting can be discretely hidden by record sales. To make matters worse, the chargeback lag means your financial reports will show a distorted picture of your company’s performance. For example, sales you thought you had in December could actually turn out to be ugly losses in February, March, and April. Don Bush, VP of Marketing, Kount, explains the pitfalls of a chargeback lag and the importance of getting in front of this common hazard.