Measures to reduce ‘fraud’ in the internet gaming industry

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Tue, 12/06/2011 - 17:14 in

The more sophisticated the technology used in the internet gaming industry gets, the more advanced the levels of fraud become. From card fraud to identity theft and misrepresentation, providers have had to adapt the way they manage their businesses, their customer identification procedures and their fraud prevention tools. Let’s examine the main challenges the online gaming industry faces when it tackles the issue of fraud.

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(4/4) How to Choose & use™ your payment services

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Fri, 10/07/2011 - 08:46 in

This short blog is the last one out of a series of four, addressing steps a merchant organization should take to choose & use their payment service provider.

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(3/4) How to Choose & use™ your payment services

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Thu, 10/06/2011 - 11:36 in

This short blog is number three out of a series of four, addressing steps a merchant organization should take to choose & use their payment service provider.

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(2/4) How to Choose & use™ your payment services

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Wed, 10/05/2011 - 12:38 in

This short blog is number two out of a series of four, addressing steps a merchant organization should take to choose & use their payment service provider.

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(1/4) How to Choose & use™ your payment services

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 07:51 in

In the ever-growing complexity of today’s E-commerce world, organizations are facing more and more the challenge of understanding their own needs and identifying and selecting the appropriate business partners for offering E-commerce capabilities.

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The jack of all trades

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Wed, 06/22/2011 - 11:48 in

We serve all, always and everywhere…now, do you? Looking at the online payment processing propositions of PSP's, one could get the impression that every PSP can serve all, always and everywhere, regardless of the merchants industry, currency, merchant locale or payment method needed. This fabulous development is something we Germans call ‘die eierlegende Wollmilchsau’. Yes, it sounds strange and when translated into English you will receive something like ’ the pigs might fly' or ‘the jack of all trades'.

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Don’t be short sighted – No, PSP is not a zero sum game (just yet)

Submitted by Andre Malinowski on Tue, 06/14/2011 - 21:25 in

The curse of in-differentiation; During a product briefing a couple of days ago a merchant mentioned to me that payment services providers and acquirers became an easy exchangeable commodity in the supply chain. He explained that the PSP’s more and more converged to an indifferent mass without any value added services to distinguish themselves from one another. Obviously I disagreed, however I continued listening carefully.

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