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The deep dive: Fraud risk on Black Friday

By Gaia Lamperti

November 25, 2021

  • Black Friday
  • BNPL
  • Cybersecurity
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‘The deep dive’ is our bi-weekly exploration of a relevant topic, hot trend or new product. For Prime subscribers only. Black Friday is a dark day for financial fraud as the shopping spree can lead bad actors to fraud consumers, and cash strapped consumers try to illegally gather funds to secure bargain deals. According to online […]

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