The fraud fight is getting nastier by the minute, say experts familiar with the new schemes - and some old ones with new wrinkles -- being perpetrated by criminals against financial institutions and their customers. Here are 13 of the most prevalent ruses.
OK, so today's the day.
After two months of anxious anticipation, today is May 19, the deadline Visa set for financial institutions to file fraud claims related to the Heartland Payment Systems (HPY) data breach.
In what is being called a well-orchestrated ATM card scam, the true extent of RBS WorldPay's public announcement in late December that its computer systems had been hacked in November has been revealed.
An alleged bank robber gets away with nothing, and he's in jail awaiting trial. Not that I'd argue otherwise. Meanwhile, Madoff defrauds investors of billions, quite literally ruins businesses and lives ... and he hasn't even lost access to his premium movie channels.
From Hannaford Brothers to Countrywide, this year has been full of stories of criminal activity on the Internet, with hackers and phishers wreaking havoc on computer systems and consumers, causing credit and debit fraud numbers to soar.
What does next year hold for fraud against financial institutions? Here are 10...
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