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BANKING EXCHANGE - The lines between how people shop, order, and pay for consumer goods, and their willingness to opt into geolocation through their mobile devices, are changing the boundaries of where, when, and how retail transactions...
BANK INFO SECURITY - "Mobile wallet fraud will be the next big thing after CNP [card-not-present fraud]," Pascual says during this interview conducted at ISMG's recent Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in Toronto. "You saw in some other...
CSPAN 9/26/2016 3:33:51 PM: ...as reported by the department of justice, nearly 18 million Americans are victims of identity theft per year. according to the 2016 identity fraud study conducted by the J avelin ...
AMERICANBANKER -  "Whenever incentives-based selling is in place with front-line employees, there should be a series of risk management checks in place, and regular and visible audits to detect abuse," said Al Pascual, head of fraud and...
FORBES -- In 1950, Diners Club founder Frank McNamara introduced a novel method of paying for purchases. He called it a “credit card.”
Central Penn Business Journal -  So far, the shoppers who wield their phones tend to be the people who like to try new things, said Daniel Van Dyke, an analyst with Javelin Strategy & Research, a financial services research firm based in...
internetRETAILER - Payment data is the prize that most thieves are seeking when they hack into networks, says Al Pascual, senior vice president and research director for the fraud and security practice at Javelin Strategy & Research....
AMERICANBANKER -  Rewards are more commonplace than they were a decade ago, and consumers have come to expect offers and coupons and value them as though they were real currency, according to Michael Moeser, director of the payments...

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