Tide Turns on Epayments: managing risk and fraud in business-to-business transactions - Part 2

Roberts, Stewart
July 2004
Credit Control;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p26
Trade Publication
Part II. Discusses how companies can avoid online fraud when introducing online payments. Definition of fraud risk depending on the industry sector, the type of goods and services being supplied, their price level and the countries to which they are delivered; Selection of payment methods according to the defined risk; Establishment of processes and procedures for screening all transactions online.


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