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Preventing Credit Card Fraud: A Complete Guide for Everyone from Merchants to Consumers (Hardback)
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Preventing Credit Card Fraud: A Complete Guide for Everyone from Merchants to Consumers (Hardback)

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Hardback 250 Pages / Published: 17/03/2017
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Everyone is affected by credit card fraud, if they are aware of it or not. Every day there are a variety of ways that scams and fraudsters can get your card and personal information. Today so much business occurs over the Internet or via the phone where no card is present. What can start as a seemingly legitimate purchase can easily turn into fraudulent charges - or worse, sometimes a physical confrontation, when a criminal steals a credit card from a consumer who meets to pick up a product or receive a service. In Preventing Credit Card Fraud, Jen Grondahl Lee and Gini Graham Scott provide a helpful guide to protecting yourself against the threat of credit card fraud. While it may not be possible to protect yourself against all fraudsters, who have turned scamming Internet businesses into an art, these tips and techniques will help you avoid many frauds. As a growing concern in today's world, there is a need to be better informed of what you can do to keep your personal information secure and avoid becoming a victim of credit card fraud. Preventing Credit Card Fraud is an important resource for both merchants and consumers engaged in online purchases and sales to defend themselves against fraud.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9781442267992
Number of pages: 250
Weight: 499 g
Dimensions: 238 x 158 x 23 mm


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For those who are interested in protecting their credit card information, both as a consumer or vendor, this is a helpful go-to advice book. * connywithay *
I am sorry that we need a book like this, but alas, we do. As the authors points out, there are tons of clever, devious criminals out there, just waiting to separate us from our money.... Preventing Credit Card Fraud [is] a useful book-albeit a little bit scary. The authors write well, and the book is easy to follow. There are lots of summary pages and conclusions to help reinforce the main points. I confess I am not devious enough to know about all these scams. I appreciate the author exposing them, so we can take precautions. * BASSOCANTOR REVIEWS *
Deftly organized into two major sections (Protecting Yourself as a Consumer or Client; Protecting Yourself as a Merchant or Service Provider), Preventing Credit Card Fraud is as impressively informed and informative as it is practical, pragmatic, sensible, timely, constructive, and do-it-yourself applicable for non-specialist general readers seeking to protect themselves and their businesses from credit card fraud. Enhanced with the inclusion of eight pages of Notes, and a six pages Index, Preventing Credit Card Fraud should be a part of every community, college, and university library collection in the country. Offering a complete and comprehensive course of credit card fraud avoidance and protection, it should be noted for the personal reading lists of all credit card holders and users that Preventing Credit Card Fraud in a Kindle format. * Midwest Book Review *
No consumer or merchant should be without this in-depth guide to the many warning signs of fraud and how fraudulent transactions work. * Donovan's Literary Services *
While the problem [of credit card fraud] will never go away, in Preventing Credit Card Fraud: A Complete Guide for Everyone from Merchants to Consumers, Jen Grondahl Lee and Gini Graham Scott have written a most valuable guide that can be used by everyone within the credit card lifecycle to better protect themselves. The book is written for two different audiences and divided into corresponding sections: "Protecting Yourself as a Consumer or Client" and "Protecting Yourself as a Merchant or Service Provider." Each provides a lot of information and helpful tips readers can put into play to ensure they don't become victims of credit card fraud. * Security Management *
I wish that I read the book before I started using my first credit card many years ago. The book covers almost every aspect of credit card fraud and prevention -- from physical to online and from clients to merchants. -- Yinzhi Cao, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Lehigh University
Credit card fraud and related scams are threats we all face everyday. This book makes you aware of what to watch out for so you can avoid fraud and scams, but also gives you the valuable information you need if you become a victim. This book is something that everyone owning a credit card or business should read. -- John F. Lewman, Esq., Partner at Lewman Law, APC

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