WorldpayMore than three-quarters of online merchants (79%) believe the growing proliferation of markets, purchasing channels and payment methods pose a significant challenge for effectively dealing with fraud, according to global payments specialist Worldpay. The report, which surveyed employees responsible for fraud prevention at more than 250 international online merchants, found that almost three-quarters (73%) plan to operate through new channels in the next two-three years. However, 77% believe that a multi-channel approach makes fraud prevention more difficult and 76% feel it makes them more open to fraud attacks. More countries: International online merchants sell to an average of 14 countries, yet 70% admit they struggle to keep ahead of fraudulent activities within those different markets. There is greatest concern about fraud for credit cards (82%), virtual currencies (82%), e-wallets (78%) and mobile payments (75%).
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