Presentation: Understanding the Credit Card Fraud Lifecycle: A Guide For Private Label Issuers

As part of a project to share many of the presentation from my speaking engagements, I will be slowly releasing the PowerPoint slides from all my public speaking events.

Presentation Title: Understanding the Card Fraud Lifecycle :  A Guide For Private Label Issuers

Date/Location Presented: Edgar Dunn & Company Private Label Roundtable, Philadelphia, PA;  May 1, 2009

Audience: The presentation was given to a group of Chief Risk/Compliance Officers from the nation’s largest banks and retailers who issuer private label credit cards

Overview: With credit card fraud dramatically on the rise, particularly in the form of card-not-present (CNP) fraud across Internet and Mail Order/Telephone Order (MOTO) channels, it is important for private label issuers to understand the depth of this problem and how it affects their merchant portfolio and their ability to accept private label cards.  Private label cards were often considered to be “low risk”, relative to traditional bank cards, but our current analysis has shown the contrary:  fraudsters are increasingly using private label cards as the payment instrument in CNP channels and merchants are at great risk if specific strategies are not put in place to stop it.

NOTE:  Contents of this presentation are (c) 2009 Christopher Uriarte and Retail Decisions, and may not be used or distributed without explicit permission.

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