Some signs that a transaction could be fraudulent

by admin 21. October 2013 07:54

When small businesses start to receive order online, they may have to be ready to combat fraudulent orders. Following are some signs that a transaction could be fraudulent

  • First-time shopper.
  • Larger-than-normal orders. Because stolen cards have a limited life span, maximizing the value of each transaction processed is important to the crook.
  • Orders that include several of the same items.
  • Orders made up of "big-ticket" items.
  • "Rush" or "overnight" orders.
  • Orders from Internet addresses making use of free email services.
  • "Ship to" address is an international address. Address Verification Service cannot validate most non-U.S. addresses.
  • Watch for multiple purchases on the same day.
  • Orders shipped to a single address but made on multiple cards.
  • Multiple transactions on one card or similar cards with a single billing address but multiple shipping address.


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