Preventing fraud in credit and debit card transactions

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Summary: In economically difficult times, necessity becomes the mother of invention for fraudsters, whether organized or opportunist. Today, fraudulent activity resembles a continuously mutating virus that defies the myriad efforts to eradicate it. Opportunist, nonpattern-based fraud is increasing significantly as the global recession and fiscal downturn affect a growing number of households.

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