New Findings Reveal Impact of Fraud on Holiday Sales
Webinar: eCommerce, mCommerce and Your Risk Solutions Process:
Lessons from 2012 & Strategies for 2013
According to the National Retail Federation, non-store holiday sales increased by more than 11 percent in 2012. But as channels like mobile and online increased holiday revenue, they also increased retail fraud and risk.
Register today to find out which breakout trends in these channels most affected retailers during the 2012 holidays. You’ll also receive a free download of the LexisNexis® 2012 True Cost of Fraud study, which includes all new facts and findings you can use to improve your risk processes, sales and growth for 2013.
Register Today Date: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 Time: 12:00 PM Eastern/9:00 AM Pacific
Duration: 1 Hour
Cost: Complimentary (Space is limited)
Register Today To Learn: How the higher $2.70 LexisNexis® Fraud Multiplier impacted 2012 revenues & what to expect for 2013
The percent of victims who changed brands due to fraud or security issues
How new findings stack up against the 2012 True Cost of Fraud Study What steps to take to protect your retail business this year
Featured Speaker James F. Rice, Esq
Director of Market Planning, Retail & Communications Markets
LexisNexis® Risk Solutions