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Maintaining a safe environment for payment cards: Examining evolving threats posed by fraud

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On April 23 and 24, 2008, the Payment Cards Center of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia and the Electronic Funds Transfer Association jointly hosted "Maintaining a Safe Environment for Payment Cards: Examining Evolving Threats Posed by Fraud." The conference included panels representing four key constituencies: issuers, consumers, merchants/acquirers, and networks. The panelists addressed the nature of payment card fraud in the 21st century. This paper summarizes the highlights from the presentations and the discussions that ensued.

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  • Susan Herbst-Murphy, 2009. "Maintaining a safe environment for payment cards: Examining evolving threats posed by fraud," Payment Cards Center Discussion Paper 09-01, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
  • Handle: RePEc:fip:fedpdp:09-01
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    1. Julia S. Cheney, 2005. "Prepaid card models: a study in diversity," Payment Cards Center Discussion Paper 05-03, Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.
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    Fraud ; Payment systems ; Credit cards ; Debit cards;

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