- Original Message - From: Victor Duchovni [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: EMV [was: Re: Why Blockbuster looks at your ID.] Whose loses do these numbers measure? - Issuer Bank? - Merchant? - Consumer? - Total? I'd say that you've fairly well hit the nail on the head. I've
On Sat, 9 Jul 2005, [UNKNOWN] Jörn Schmidt wrote: less attractive to commit credit card fraud. You are, however, not making it harder. That's why I believe the credit cards companies will indeed have a good, long look at smartcards. Probably not tomorrow or next week but in the near
Dan Kaminsky [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Credit card fraud has gone *down* since 1992, and is actually falling: 1992: $2.6B 2003: $882M 2004: $788M We're on the order of 4.7 cents on the $100. Interesting statistics. Seems like it's the same thing in Canada
On Fri, Jul 08, 2005 at 03:48:30PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We're on the order of 4.7 cents on the $100. Interesting statistics. Seems like it's the same thing in Canada http://www.rcmp.ca/scams/ccandpc_e.htm Reported $227M in credit card fraud in 1999, droped at $200M in 2003.
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [decline in credit card fraud] Interesting statistics. [...] But these are still considerable numbers, [...] I totally agree. And I would just like to make a quick point: the credit card companies (especially Visa/Mastercard) have been very agressive in fraud