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Holiday best practices for manual review teams during a pandemic
October 7th, Successfully held
Here’s what we discussed:
Cross-border commerce is growing 2X faster than domestic, with $300 billion in 2015 increasing to $900 billion in 2020. This growth comes with new regulations, sometimes even region-specific ones like PSD2. In this virtual roundtable, we discussed best practices for complying with new regulations without slowing growth.
VP & GM, EMEA at EKATA
Spencer McLain is Ekata’s Vice President and General Manager of the EMEA region. He leads Ekata’s international expansion efforts and owns key relationships with card brands and payment service providers. Spencer supports multiple fraud platform partnerships, collaborates with Product Management to improve Ekata’s API products to ensure that they provide maximum lift in risk models and/or rule-sets, and acts as a key liaison to complex data customers who require specialized testing/analysis.
Here is what we learned:
Cross-border commerce is growing 2X faster than domestic, with $300 billion in 2015 increasing to $900 billion in 2020. This growth comes with new regulations, sometimes even region-specific ones like PSD2. In this virtual roundtable presented by Ekata, best practices for complying with new regulations without slowing growth were among the topics discussed.
Among the key talking points:
The pandemic has brought more online traffic, and more need for manual review.
While brick and mortar merchants were furloughing sales staff, eCommerce teams were adding members to their manual review teams. However, many of these merchants saw a drop in fraud during the period when online was the only sales source.
The pandemic was a crash course for the holiday sales season.
As manual review teams grew, it was also a great time to tweak KPIs and to get aggressive because of a rise in sales, or more relaxed with the set of manual review rules because chargebacks were down.
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Ekata provides APIs and a SaaS solution built around five core identity elements: name, phone, email, address, and IP to help you assess risk in all types of online interactions. These include fake account creation, payment authentication, transaction fraud and manual fraud review.
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