The State of Global Fraud in the First Quarter of 2017

Join the Discussion on the State of Global Fraud in the First Quarter of 2017

Since Q1 2016, fraud overall has fallen by 34.7%, yet despite this decline, merchants across eight major industry segments are expected to lose $48.2 billion this year. And a lot of that is attributed to spikes in fraud, in industries like online retailing where fraud rates have gone up by 146.5% between Q1 2016 and Q1 2017. What’s changing, and what’s next? Hear directly from experts responsible for protecting over 5,000 e-commerce merchants globally. Learn more about the other key takeaways from the Global Fraud Index™ during this PYMNTS Live Digital Discussion.

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Date & Time: Wednesday, July 12 at 1PM ET

Guest: Skye Spear, VP of Partnerships at Signifyd

About: Signifyd and PYMNTS.com partnered to track, analyze and report on the important trends in the world of fraud as it relates to payments and commerce. Each quarter, we monitor how fraud attempts are trending on U.S. merchant websites. We review eight main industries: alcohol, tobacco and cannabis, apparel, consumer and electronics, cosmetics and perfumes, department stores, furniture, appliance and home improvement, health, leisure and hobbies, jewelry and precious metals.

Guest: Skye Spear, VP of Partnerships at Signifyd