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Loyalty Fraud Prevention Association

The global movement in the payment card industry to deploy EMV fraud fighting technology has unexpectedly contributed to fraud in loyalty programs. Organized crime, which sees long-term opportunities diminishing for payment card fraud, sees growth potential in the theft of loyalty points, which previously had been a problem associated with employees of program operators and individual members of programs. In recent years, data breaches have made loyalty programs victims of account takeover. Large-scale breaches provide professional criminals with the data they need to make a profitable b...

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March 2017
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