Where is e-commerce fraud taking place?

March 10, 2016 by Carrie Janot

Top states for billing and shipping e-commerce fraud

With more than 13 million fraud victims in 2015, assessing where fraud occurs is an important layer of verification for e-commerce. Experian¬ģ¬†analyzed millions of e-commerce transactions from 2015 to identify fraud attack rates across the United States.
With the switch to chip-enabled credit card transactions and possible growth of card-not-present fraud, online businesses should utilize advanced fraud solutions to monitor their riskiest locations and prevent losses.

>> View the Experian map to see 2015 e-commerce attack rates for all states

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