From Abandonment to Acquisition: Five tactics to reduce abandonment in your mobile channel...
Why? And how can we prevent orders from walking out of the virtual door
In this WhitePaper, Jumio examine how despite a track record of constant growth through perpetual innovation, the online payments industry is actually currently under-performing and further growth being held back.
Here’s Jumio’s perspective on the abandonment challenge and five tactics to apply to your mobile site or app to reduce abandonment along with examples of businesses that are already successfully applying these tactics. To download a copy of the white paper, click on the button below:
How fraudsters steal identities
To beat your enemy, you have to know your enemy.
Following on from the recent Jumio webinar revealing the top exploits of fraudsters, you can now download your free copy of the Fraudsters’ Playbook whitepaper. Get your copy now to find out five ways in which fraudsters are stealing identities, and how to stop them.
For more information on how Jumio can prevent fraud, reduce payment friction and increase conversion for your company please get in touch with
ents: Who is winning?
Fighting the growing loyalty fraud trend
Overview: As retailers & travel companies work to reduce credit card fraud, it is driving fraud to a new channel - the Loyalty Program. So, to discuss cooperation and solutions to Loyalty Fraud, the 4th complimentary Loyalty Fraud Prevention Seminar and Working Group was held on the afternoon of Tuesday, 19th of August 2014, prior to the Mega Event Asia-Pacific. This closed-door discussion group is open to any airline, financial services, retail or travel industry executive working in loyalty and/or loyalty fraud prevention.
Participating companies included AIMIA, Air Asia BIG, Asia Miles, Amadeus, BCD Travel, Cebu Pacific, Citibank, Hilton Hotels, Lufthansa, MasterCard, Millennium Aviation, Onboard Solutions, Orbitz, Philippine Airlines, PT. Garuda Indonesia, Qantas, Satisfly, Saudia Airlines, Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts, Singapore Airlines, Skyscanner, and Turkish Airlines.
The objectives of this meeting include to:
• Discuss solutions to reduce loyalty fraud and how they may be applied in the companies of each participant
• Equip loyalty programs with the tools & data to fight loyalty fraud
• Merits of founding a permanent global body to support the loyalty industry with the information, resources and tools to fight fraud