The December issue of the PULSE sponsored Next-Gen Debit Tracker® gives readers a look at the pandemic's continued effects on debit spending and how advanced technologies like machine learning can help financial institutions tamp down on debit fraud.
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For fraudsters, every time money changes hands there is an opportunity. We are here to help financial institutions put the brakes on a scam involving fraudulent state unemployment claims.
Look at how consumers’ spending and payment behaviors are changing regarding debit cards as well as the shifting role of debit rewards programs
Take a look at why A2A transfers are leading debit growth and how consumers’ debit use is evolving as P2P payments gain favor and mobile wallet usage increases.
The new model incorporates analytic technology to distinguish between legitimate CNP transactions and potential CNP fraud.
Fraudsters are applying for unemployment benefits using stolen personally identifiable information
Jennifer Schroeder, EVP of Product Management at PULSE, talks debit expectations around purchasing behaviors.
Card-not-present debit use climbs sharply amid changing consumer behaviors
An in-depth examination of debit’s changing role in banking and retail
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Postponed to April 19, 2021