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2017 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

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Survey results suggest that 74 percent of survey participants reported their organizations were exposed to either attempted or actual payments fraud in 2016. Check fraud and business email compromise are both on the increase. Though business leaders are cognizant of the uptick in payments fraud in recent years, they need to focus increasingly on protecting their companies from fraud attacks by malicious fraudsters. AFP thanks J.P. Morgan for its underwriting support of this year’s Payments Fraud and Control survey.

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Tuesday, May 2nd. 2017
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AFP Payments Fraud Dashboard:

Benchmark the nature and frequency of fraudulent attacks on business-to-business payments.
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Magnus Carlsson, Insights on the Survey Results:


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Questions about this subject?
Contact Magnus Carlsson, AFP's Manager, Treasury & Payments.