- 2 Now the frauds…
- 3 #1 Credit Card Mail-Order Fraud
- 4 #2 Skimming / Counterfeit Card Fraud
- 5 #3 Chargeback fraud
- 6 #4 Lost and Stolen Card fraud
- 7 #5 Card Not Present (CNP) Fraud
- 8 #6 Cash Machine Fraud
- 9 #7 Shoulder Surfing
- 10 #8 Identity Theft
- 11 Amazing Facts About Credit Card Payments
- 12 Fact Check Policy
In my previous article, I talked about why we need to embrace online payments as an option. In this article, I want to talk about eight major types of credit card fraud that we should know when it comes to making payments online. Follow me as we are going to look at that together in this article.
Now the frauds…
#1 Credit Card Mail-Order Fraud
Here, the offender gathers information about a cardholder and sends a request to the bank for a new or a replacement card on behalf of the cardholder.
#2 Skimming / Counterfeit Card Fraud
Electronically copying authentic data on a card’s magnetic stripe to another card without the genuine cardholder’s consent.
#3 Chargeback fraud
A Genuine cardholder uses the card to purchase goods and services, and when the bank statements are issued, they call the bank and claim that they never authorised the transaction.
#4 Lost and Stolen Card fraud
The card is physically stolen or lost and then used by the offender to make online payments or perform any other transaction.
#5 Card Not Present (CNP) Fraud
An offender obtains credit card details and then purchases goods and services over the internet or by telephone, fax or email.
#6 Cash Machine Fraud
The offender tampers with a cash machine and then tricks the user into entering the pin in their presence.
#7 Shoulder Surfing
The offender oversees the card user when he is entering his card information. This is with the sole purpose of using the card for an online transaction later on.
#8 Identity Theft
The offender uses fraudulently obtained the personal information of a credit card holder to access credit card accounts.
Amazing Facts About Credit Card Payments
These days, we will notice that almost everyone is looking for ways of making things easy for themselves. Because of the fact that we are not ready to stress ourselves, it has led to a situation where individual all over has embraced online payments as a means of reducing the need to carry cash about. This has made online payments become so popular. In this article, I want to look at some of the amazing facts about credit card payments. Follow me as we are going to look at that together in this article.
First and foremost, credit cards are still the preferred means for online purchases because of the ease of use and the ability to pay the bills at a later date.
Credit cards are issued by a credit-issuing bank or credit union after verifying the user’s credentials. Also, the card user always agrees to pay the card issuer the amount used in making the purchase of the card.
The cardholder indicates consent to pay by signing a receipt with a record of the card details and indicating the amount to be paid or by entering a Personal Identification Number (PIN) or Card Verification Value (CVV) among other requirements.
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