The Clearsale Blog

New e-Book: How to Assess Your CNP Fraud Risk

New e-Book: How to Assess Your CNP Fraud Risk

If you sell products online, you’re vulnerable to card-not-present (CNP) fraud. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been in business, how large (or small) your organization is, or what you sell. Fraudsters are always on the lookout for new ways to defraud businesses and their customers, putting you at an increased risk of lost revenue, a damaged reputation, and a revoked or high-risk merchant account.

All this may make it feel like CNP fraud is just an inevitable part of doing business online. But it doesn’t have to be, if businesses know how to launch a successful defense.

One of the most important components of a proactive approach is a regular CNP fraud risk assessment to help e-commerce merchants evaluate and improve their fraud prevention process. The assessment doesn’t have to be complicated or take up significant time and resources — merchants just need to follow this simple three-step approach to understand their true fraud risk profile:

  1. Identify leaks in the fraud management system that let fraudulent orders slip through the cracks.
  2. Identify blockages in the system that falsely decline legitimate orders.
  3. Measure and analyze the fraud management process to understand how well the system is performing.

Let Us Help You Assess Your CNP Fraud Risk

Merchants who find themselves overwhelmed with these day-to-day operational tasks may benefit from having a trusted partner perform this routine — but essential — risk assessment and objectively evaluate how well the merchant’s fraud prevention service is working for them.

Over the course of 15 years, ClearSale has helped a diverse group of more than 2,500 businesses do just that. Along the way, we’ve also developed best practices we believe every e-commerce merchant — regardless of size, experience or location — should follow. We’ve incorporated those lessons learned into our latest e-book, “How to Understand Your CNP Fraud Risk and Optimize Your Fraud Prevention Process”, where we break down each of the three steps into actionable to-do items and help you evaluate your e-commerce fraud management system.

Download our free e-book today to learn what your card-not-present fraud prevention solution is doing well, what mistakes it’s making, and make corrections to ensure you’re maximizing revenue and building customer loyalty.

Do you know your fraud program impacts incoming orders

You may also like

Ecommerce Platform Profile: VTEX

Ecommerce Platform Profile: VTEX

When it comes to ecommerce platforms, VTEX is an enterprise merchant favorite. Robust and multi-functional, VTEX is the platform of choice for powerhouse brands like WalMart, Coca Cola, and Sony...

How Enterprise Ecommerce Merchants Lose Revenue Fighting Fraud

How Enterprise Ecommerce Merchants Lose Revenue Fighting Fraud

When we first talk to enterprise ecommerce merchants about fraud protection, we’re often told they have their fraud under control.

And they do – but at what cost?

The reality is, many enterprise..

Turning The Clock Back on Fraud

Turning The Clock Back on Fraud

How will companies be able to get fraud to return to pre-pandemic levels as we ease back into something more resembling normal? Rafael Lourenco, EVP at ClearSale, give his take

How Your Ecommerce Site Search Impacts CX, UX and Fraud Prevention

How Your Ecommerce Site Search Impacts CX, UX and Fraud Prevention

The humble search bar.

It’s hard to believe that that one field on your website could make such an impact, but your ecommerce site search (and filter) holds a lot of power.

First and foremost,..

New Fraud Prevention Issues for Retailers

New Fraud Prevention Issues for Retailers

Over the past year, merchants have experienced an increase in fraud volume as fraudsters employ new tactics to take advantage of businesses and consumers alike. At the same time, payments..

Germany: Ecommerce Fraud Risk

Germany: Ecommerce Fraud Risk

Ecommerce in Germany is maturing quickly—and catching up to some of the other more developed ecommerce markets in Europe. This is partly driven by the fact that Germans, in general, are early..

7 Best Practices Every Enterprise Ecommerce Merchant Should Know

7 Best Practices Every Enterprise Ecommerce Merchant Should Know

Many enterprise ecommerce merchants have been riding high on an increase in online sales over the past year. The flush of new ecommerce shoppers who naturally trust more recognizable brands has..

What can brands learn from the Facebook data leak?

What can brands learn from the Facebook data leak?

The data scraping attack that exposed 533 million Facebook users’ personal information may not seem like a problem for eCommerce brands. Much of the media analysis of the leak has focused on how..

ClearSale Marks Commitment to Growing Online Jewelry Industry with Events and Guide

ClearSale Marks Commitment to Growing Online Jewelry Industry with Events and Guide

Fraud protection leader provides resources to support the rapidly expanding global ecommerce jewelry market.

Want to write
for our blog?

Please review our writers' guidelines
https://www2.clear.sale/press/clearsale-guest-blog-guidelines
and then email guestwriter@clear.sale with your pitch!

Subscribe to our blog