Today’s credit card customer behavior changes on the dime, so it’s no wonder that the tools for predicting their behavior are having trouble keeping up. Ellen Joyner says that maintaining that delicate balance between avoiding fraud loss and keeping the customer happy can be accomplished with a multi-layered approach. Read her thoughts in this post and the accompanying white paper.
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