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Thanks to J.P. Morgan for its underwriting support of the 2016 AFP Payments Fraud & Control Survey.
2016 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey
In 2015, fraud activity was at an all-time high after steady declines from 2009 to 2013. Criminals are managing to successfully attack organizations’ payment systems. Though checks continue to be most often subject to fraud, there is an increase in fraud via wire transfers and corporate/commercial credit cards.
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