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It’s expected that by 2019 more than 60% of total global online retail sales will be made via mobile devices. According to the 2017 Global Fraud Survey, while more than 80% of merchants support mobile shopping, only 52% actually track fraud rates by channel. To make the most of this expanding segment and account for the growing share of mobile shoppers, online retailers will need to adapt CNP fraud management processes.

Riskified has extensive experience preventing CNP fraud across channels. We have processed millions of mobile orders for online businesses, including Fortune 500 companies. By analyzing our data, we determined how mobile fraud compares to desktop and compiled our findings in a special report. The report provides retailers with tips and actionable advice for adjusting fraud management process to effectively handle mobile transactions without compromising the shopping experience.

Our design team has created the following infographic, which offers a visual sample of some the insights covered. For more information on fraud prevention best practices, download a free copy of the full report.

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Mobile commerce (mCommerce) is quickly becoming the first choice of consumers across the globe, with over 2 billion smartphone and tablet users expected to make at least one mobile transaction in 2017. Thanks to its appeal to young shoppers, mobile has now surpassed desktop in terms of eCommerce transaction volume. And with consumers in emerging economies increasingly accessing the internet via mobile devices, mCommerce is likely to become the preferred digital shopping method of the future. According to forecasts, more than 60% of total global online retail sales will be made via mobile by 2019.

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By 2020 the global online travel market is expected to be worth a whopping $817 billion. Mobile sales, or mCommerce, are becoming an increasingly important revenue stream within this market. In fact, mobile purchases will soon account for 70% of all digital travel sales in the US.

Unfortunately, as the online travel markets grows, so does card-not-present (CNP) fraud. Online travel businesses must accommodate the influx of mobile consumers, while ensuring they have adequate tools to scrutinize these orders for fraud. Riskified reviews hundreds of thousands of online travel orders. While analyzing our data on fraud in online travel, we uncovered interesting patterns related to travel mCommerce.

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