E-commerce: Shopify Introduces a Fraud Prevention Service

E-commerce: Shopify Introduces a Fraud Prevention Service

As the e-commerce and m-commerce sectors grow, fraud figures keep increasing, leading payment security to become a priority for both banks and e-merchants. In this context, Shopify aims for small merchants, and launches a fraud prevention solution using transactional data from their online stores.

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