5 Ways Etailers Can Fight Chargeback Fraud


This holiday selling season may have been a good one for retailers, but every silver lining has a cloud. In this case, one shadow will be cast by chargeback fraud, which can occur when shoppers request credit card chargebacks from the issuing bank instead of from the merchant. “Merchants bleed $227 for every dollar lost to e-commerce fraud,” said NuData’s Robert Capps. Etailers are “more susceptible to chargebacks, as they deal in card-not-present transactions,” observed Monica Eaton-Cardone, COO of Chargebacks911.

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This company just made the first 'holographic' smartphone and it costs $1,600

Usually known for making high-end cameras for the silver screen, Red has launched a camera for your back pocket – a $1,600 smartphone it dubs the “world’s first holographic media machine.”

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Deals: iPad Pros in stock, $150-$170 off iMac 5Ks, $150-$350 off 2015 MacBook Pros, 50% off water-proof iPhone 6 case

Article Image All silver and gold iPad Pros are shipping out next day at modest discounts. Plus the lowest prices ever on key 2015 MacBook Pros ($150-$350 off instantly), $150 -$170 off Apple’s new 2015 iMac 5Ks (or Free AppleCare and cash discounts), half off water-proof iPhone 6 cases and more.

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Rumor: Apple's 12.9" 'iPad Pro' to feature silver nanowire touch panel, debut in 2016

Apple is rumored to have requested samples of new silver nanowire material for thinner touch panels, potentially for use in a jumbo-sized 12.9-inch “iPad Pro,” according to a new report.



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