Friendly fraud is increasing every few years by at least 40 percent. It’s especially a threat to e-commerce, since everything purchased online has to be delivered to the consumer, who can create conditions to deceitfully claim that it wasn’t. Friendly fraud was responsible for 29 percent of all e-commerce losses last year in the United States alone. MyChargeBack CEO Aaron Lazor explains what that means to consumers in this guest opinion published by CardNotPresent.com.
Within the first six months alone, 46,000 people have fallen victim to cryptocurrency fraud. In this complimentary webinar, Moshe Teren, MyChargeBack Chief Technology Officer, will explore how to protect yourself from cryptocurrency scams, determine if an investment company is legitimate, and what to do if you have fallen victim to a cryptocurrency scam.
TITLE: How to Protect Yourself from Cryptocurrency Scams
WHEN: Thursday, July 28th at 12:00 PM New York, 6:00 PM Berlin, 8:00 PM Dubai
Cryptocurrency needs to be regulated. There have been over 46,000 victims of crypto fraud in the first six months of 2022 alone. Cryptocurrency markets have also tanked, with millions of retail investors losing everything. To address the concerns of crypto investors, our previous MyChargeBack webcast focused on the challenges associated with regulating cryptocurrencies and the efforts being made to address them.
The fast and furious crypto selloff in June 2022 resulted in a dash for the exits. However, crypto holders who use the Celsius platform may find that the virtual doors are closed off with no way to escape. Read how the news about Celsius may affect you in this new MyChargeBack Industry Insight.