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QPS Nominated For Best Anti-Fraud Solution Provider At CNP Awards 2018

The CNP Awards 2018 recognizes QPS for delivering exceptional fraud detection and prevention solutions to drive brand value and transform consumer experience. For the second time in a row QPS has been nominated under the category of Best Anti-Fraud Solutions for this prestigious award. The 2018 CNP Awards are held as a part of the

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$31 BILLION OF CHARGEBACK TO SLASH PROFIT FOR MERCHANTS BY 2020

Accepting credit cards as payment mode has been one of the most convenient and popular options for receiving payments across businesses. Use of a modern payment options can certainly boost your revenue, significantly increase your customer base and improve productivity– however, you need to stay cognizant of the accompanying fraud.   The large scale investments

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Assess the True Cost Associated to Payment Fraud with QPS at MRC 2018

In this era of never-ending scams and fake news, it is quite a difficult task to distinguish facts from fiction. This puzzle of identity lies right in the center of E-commerce ecosystem creating opportunities for fraudsters to exploit vulnerabilities. For Card-Not-Present (CNP) frauds, incidents are on the rise and are expected to cross $25 Billion

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Black Friday vis-a-vis Cyber Monday 2017: An Early Forecast of Bricks and Clicks

Holiday decorations are up with fancy merchandise sold by merchants during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Radio stations have jumped the gun playing Christmas music and shoppers have started browsing various sites looking for their perfect gifts for the festive season. This year’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday figures reflect consumers’ behavior gravitating towards the

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Is Your Halloween Cheer Turning Into Holiday Horror?

Exquisite lanterns illuminate the path as scary witches and goblins head out to trick and treat. Celebrated on 31st October every year, Halloween shopping season is considered to be a magical time, being the precursor to the crazy consumerism. People splurge on gifts, costumes, candies, pumpkins, and decorations. According to a report, the total amount

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