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The Street - A report from research and consulting firm Javelin Strategy & Research suggests that online fraud will increase in the United States irrespective of EMV technology and that CNP fraud will be four times more prevalent than point-of-...
PaymentSource- "So many of these new mobile payment methods and players are new, and may stagnate or retrench after the initial buzz wears off, which could allow PayPal to then surge ahead with its solution," Jim Van Dyke said.. Read...
Newsweek - By the end of this year, Javelin estimates 60 percent of newly issued U.S. credit cards and 25 percent of debit cards will have the new chip technology. For now, the safest bet is to use a virtual payment system. Read More
PaymentSource- Mary Monahan, executive vice president and research director with Javelin stated, "The more people they can get paying with mobile, the faster their (Starbuck's) lines will move." Read More
telegram.com - Javelin Strategy & Research, a California consulting firm, found that 20 percent of college students receive fraud notifications, triple the rest of the population. Read More
Bloomberg - “For consumers, there is going to be a bit of confusion,” said Michael Moeser, director of payments at Javelin. "Shoppers are used to swiping their cards quickly and putting them back in their wallets, sometimes before a...

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September 27, 2015
Enterprise Apps Today - Javelin Strategy & Research estimates there were $3.1 billion in mobile transactions in 2013, a figure that is expected to grow to $53.1 billion in 2019. Though the number is growing quickly, it still pales in comparison...
The Wall Street Journal - “The concern is that this is still a gaping hole that has not been well addressed and now there are conditions that are going to make it worse,” says Al Pascual, a director of fraud and security at Javelin...
USA TODAY - According to a study by Javelin Strategy & Research, 22% of students were notified that they were a victim of identity fraud either by a debt collector or when they were denied credit, three times higher than average fraud victims...

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