Merchant Fraud Journal Releases Biggest Annual Fraud Trends Report Yet With Insights From 16 Leading Payment and Fraud Solutions
Merchant Fraud Journal's annual Fraud Trends 2023 Report provides merchants with 60+ pages of actionable fraud prevention best practices and insights from 16 leading payments and fraud prevention solutions.
TORONTO, February 7, 2023 (Newswire.com) - Merchant Fraud Journal releases its popular annual fraud trends report containing complete interviews conducted with 16 leading payments and fraud prevention solutions. Thousands of merchants have downloaded previous editions of the report.
As merchants continue to adapt to the ever-changing payments and fraud prevention landscape, the Merchant Fraud Journal, a leading online publication, has released a single report containing insights from 16 of the world's leading solutions.
The "Ecommerce Fraud Trends 2023" report meets merchants' need to have industry knowledge in a single, accessible resource. It is the only report released that contains in-depth, independent interviews from across the fraud prevention industry landscape about the technological and legal trends that will impact merchants' payments and fraud prevention strategies and efforts in the coming year.
"We spoke with leading industry voices and subject matter experts, and asked them to contribute their unique insights for this year's report," said Bradley Chalupski, Merchant Fraud Journal's co-founder and Editor-in-chief. "As in previous years, their response was far beyond our expectations. Merchants should have everything they need here to understand what to look out for in 2023."
"We were very excited to see how industry leaders were able to contribute valuable insights to a project without brand exclusivity. It reinforces the strong commitment these brands hold to helping merchants mitigate fraud," Dan Moshkovich, CEO and co-founder, said.
This year's Fraud Trends Report includes insights from Celebrus, ClearSale, Ekata, a MasterCard Company, F5, Feature Space, Fime, Formica, Fraud.net, Fraugster, Nethone, Ravelin, Riskified, SEON, Sift, Signifyd and Vesta. You can download your free copy today.
Source: Merchant Fraud Journal