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Everyone is Responsible for Sharing the Burden of Fraud

“Fight The Problem – Not Each Other”, is the key to eliminate a problem. Whether it is about a successful marriage or to minimize business fraud says Payza’s CEO, Firoz Patel. 435 more words

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Indian Debit Card Hacks

Account information of 3.2 million debit cards were stolen from banks causing INR 13 million ( $2 Million) fraud.


Protect Yourself from Online Business Fraud

Yes it’s possible: preventing you from being a victim of online business fraud via financial scam trickery and other stealthy actions. While usage of internet for e-commerce has been increasing substantially, it has brought in successful payment processors such as PayPal and Payza consequently used by millions of customers, both for individuals and businesses in the market. 298 more words

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Fraud Detection: The Rise of the Scamming Economy

“Although prevention is always better than cure, detection would be more important as it always keeps you a step ahead”, aptly said by the Payza’s CEO, Firoz Patel. 353 more words

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Compliance And Fraud Detection Must To Fight Scam Says Payza’s Firoz Patel

Digitalization is changing the world and impacting all our lives. Be it at work, while shopping or availing of services, we are all becoming more and more dependent on technology. 378 more words

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Firoz Patel Warns Of Fraud Associated With Bitcoins And Credit Cards

While digital currencies have been around since the early 90’s, not many people were aware of them. However, now with increasing digitalization of financial systems and the growth of third party payment processors, virtual currencies have once again started gaining popularity due to Bitcoins. 364 more words

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Common Types of Online Fraud in the USA This Year

Online fraud continues to evolve and keep at pace with the changing habits of users and their day-to-day activities on the Web. Scammers and organized crime groups know that they need to make their tactics and schemes more suitable to the current habits, devices, software programs and activities of their intended victims, in order to lure more unsuspecting users to their cyber traps. 542 more words

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