Avoid Credit-Card Fraud on Your Web Site

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on July 12, 2006

If you do business on the Web, you should be concerned about credit-card fraud. With identity and credit-card theft running rampant, you need to assure your customers that you are committed to protecting them from fraudulent transactions.

While it’s not practical to screen every single transaction that goes through your processing system, there are steps you can take to make sure that you are not accepting stolen or fraudulent credit cards on your small-business Web site. Here are just a few…

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