What eTailers Need to Know About Ecommerce Fraud {Infographic}

Auto parts etailers are selling sought-after products, which means crooks are actively working the system to scam you for free product. While a certain amount of fraud is a cost of doing business, there are some things every etailer can do to reduce fraud.

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If you are suspicious of an order that comes through your website, there’s a process we describe in a previous blog post that we highly recommend. However, if you’re thinking that ecommerce fraud isn’t necessarily a big deal, this infographic illustrates how just one bad order can kill a day’s worth of profits.

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