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As an exclusive benefit, we provide complimentary webinars to help MRC members stay current on relevant fraud, payments, and law enforcement topics. After signing in or becoming a member, webinar registration links will be displayed on this page. Upon registering for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation email which contains information about attending.

Mitigating Threats Beyond Payment Fraud

Join us for a webinar on 26 July, 2017 at 11:00 AM PST (8:00 PM CET)

Kevin Lee, Trust and Safety Architect - Sift Science

With customer interactions increasingly taking place online, the nature of fraud and abuse are changing. This webinar will explore how digital relationships are changing the nature of fraud, why firms are under-prepared for the mounting risk of non-payment fraud, and how businesses can protect consumers with automated tools powered by big data. Key recommendations to combat this new landscape of fraud will also be presented.

In this webinar, you will learn:

- Some non-payment fraud risks that your company should be mindful of
- Why non-payment fraud is on the rise and potentially more damaging than payment fraud
- How you can mitigate non-payment fraud on your platform

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Payment Opportunities in Gulf Countries

Join us for a webinar on 2 August, 2017 at 5:00 PM CEST (8:00 AM PDT)

Kilian Thalhammer, SVP of International Marketing - iyzico

This webinar will educate attendees on the structure and intricacies of eCommerce markets in Gulf Countries. The Senior Vice President of International Marketing at iyzico will discuss payment best practices that merchants need to adopt when operating in Gulf Countries.

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Improving Fraud Detection Using Machine Learning Models

Join us for a webinar on 9 August, 2017 at 10:00 AM PST (7:00 PM CET)

Swastik Bihani, VP of Product Management & Head of India Operations - Simility
Ravi Sandepudi, Head of Engineering - Simility

Old-school fraud detection techniques, typically rules-based, are not enough to fend off fraudsters anymore. Fraudsters are investing in machine learning-based technology as they plot new attacks. Companies need to fight fire with fire. Machine learning models works on large datasets and detect patterns that humans cannot. The models continually learn and adapt. In this webinar, Simility will share insights about machine learning and how it can be used to simplify fraud detection, covering:

- How machine learning is transforming fraud detection
- Limitations of machine learning techniques -- e.g. unsupervised learning
- Emerging approaches such as adaptive data ingestion and dynamic data ontology
- Building a machine learning-based fraud-fighting strategy

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Gift Cards: Reaping the Rewards and Managing the Risk

Join us for a webinar on 23 August, 2017 at 8:00 AM PST (5:00 PM CET)

Emilie Grunzweig, Senior Fraud Analyst - Riskified

Get an overview of the gift card industry and discover the risks and challenges associated with various gift card products. Particular focus will be given to explaining the distinctions between digital and plastic gift cards as well as open and closed loop cards. All attendees will learn how gift card fraud is manifested for different products and platforms, plus take away tips and strategies for preventing abuse and gathering evidence to dispute chargebacks on gift card orders.

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Improving Authorization Management for Transactions with Visa's Stored Credential (Card-on-file) Transaction Framework and Visa's Requirements for Authorization on Purchase Returns

Join us for a webinar on 30 August, 2017 at 11:00 AM PST (8:00 PM CET)

Amitabh Awasthi, Senior Director - Visa
Arturo Martinez, Senior Director - Visa

Visa presents highlights and shares insights on two important upcoming initiatives:

Stored Credential Transaction Framework Requirements

With the growth in digital commerce, instances in which a transaction is initiated with a stored credential based on a cardholder's consent for future use have increased to significant levels. Visa announced requirements for its Stored Credential Transaction framework, including mandates to identify initial storage and subsequent use of payment credentials, which are effective October 2017.

Benefits: Having stored credential transactions specifically identified allows for differentiated treatment through the authorization approval process. The results are:

-Greater visibility of transaction risk levels for issuers
-Higher authorization approval rates and completed sales
-Enhanced cardholder experience
-Allows participation in Real Time Visa Account Updater Service -- this service enables merchants to receive updated card information as part of the authorization message in real time, instead of the existing offline batch process (availability varies by region)

Authorizations on Purchase Return Messages

Today, cardholders have real-time access to their online banking information through smartphones and other devices. Consumers are more aware than ever of how quickly purchase information is updated to their accounts. At the same time, they are becoming more aware that a similar flow of information does not exist on purchase returns. To address this discrepancy in the flow of information for returns, Visa is enabling real-time information about returns, which will originate from the merchant and be sent to the cardholder's bank through an authorization message.

Beginning spring 2018, Visa will require acquirers and merchants to receive and pass return authorization messages for both card-present and card-not-present transactions.

Join this webinar to learn firsthand about these important initiatives and the benefits they will offer.

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How to enter and scale payment acceptance in LATAM -- Argentina, Brazil and Mexico

Join us for a webinar on 8 November, 2017 at 9:00 AM PST (6:00 PM CET)

Philipp Bock, CEO & Founder - allpago
Javier Vallure, Chief Business Development Officer - allpago

Argentina, Brazil and Mexico make up for 80% of the $100 billion Latin America eCommerce market with 121 million online shoppers and 70% specific local payment methods. allpago will give a detailed overview of payment best practices and the current market deregulation, new specific local scheme rules and taxation changes in this highly dynamic market. By following these practices merchants ensure to maximize their revenues, minimize their costs and operate compliantly ensuring a successful long term operation.

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