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How to Protect Yourself from Cybercrime? 7 Tips to Learn!

Cybercrime has been a popular term these days. The upcoming of technologies has increased the risk of cybercrime thus hindering the workflow of the organizations. 428 more words

How To Be Safe From Online Fraud

Be Alert To Prevent Online Scams

Today sending money online has become a really easy and quick process. This is due to the availability of payment processing platforms. These online platforms work on the concept of an e-wallet. 320 more words

Online Fraud

Edmonton police seize ‘fanzy’ domain name as part of ongoing fraud investigation

The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) has seized a .ca domain name after it was found to be fraudulent.

In May, police received a complaint that personal financial information had been stolen and fraudulently used to make purchases. 197 more words


Payza’s Firoz Patel on How to Avoid Becoming Victim of Online Scams

Online payment processors such as Payza have become the backbone of transactions being conducted online. There processors provide a variety of services of money transfer and payment related services to both individual and business users. 426 more words

Online Fraud

Payza Fraud Prevention Protects Its Users

Online frauds and cyber crimes are on the rise. The recent Wanna Cry virus that hit computer systems across the world bears testimony to this. The ransomware attack impacted more than a hundred countries and was responsible for the shutdown of thousands of systems. 528 more words

Business Security

Turn Every Customer Complaint Into A Compliment For Business Success

Today Customer is king like never before. This has made customer experience a very hot topic especially among online businesses and it is being said that customer experience will be the key differentiating factor going forward. 428 more words

Online Fraud

2 free tickets on a WestJet flight? Too good to be true

If you’re tempted to click through to claim two free tickets aboard a WestJet flight, we’re sorry to break it to you: the ad you’re seeing is… 801 more words