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“One of the toughest challenges in payments is separating good transactions made by account holders from bad ones attempted by fraudsters without adding friction to the process,” said Melissa McSherry, senior vice president and global head of Data, Risk and Identity Products and Solutions, Visa
Parliament ceases investigations following supply minister’s resignation
Head of the Consumer Protection Agency warned against ads for dajaleen (fraudulent sheikhs)
A court has found six former Deutsche Bank employees guilty of enabling tax fraud within the carbon emissions certificate trading scheme. One of the bank’s former employees has received a three-year jail sentence.
Visa has analysed and risk scored more than 112bn transactions annually, says Rodriguez
A court in Frankfurt is looking into the role that suspended employees of Deutsche Bank played in a large-scale fraud scheme involving the trading of carbon permits. The trial is to continue until May.
US consumer electronics giant Apple has agreed to pay 318 million euros to settle a tax dispute with Italian authorities following an investigation into allegations that the company dodged payments to the Italian taxman.
Steel magnate was released from prison on bail after major convictions against him were overturned on appeal
The advertisements featured medical products that claimed to be registered at the Ministry of Health
Consumer Protection Agency demands Egyptian Telephone Directory filter its database to cut down on fake companies
Supporters in the western Afghan city burnt their voter registration cards in protest against alleged irregularities in the contest between the former foreign minister and rival Ashraf Ghani.
Voiced concern that voting was tainted by fraud
WhatsApp, Viper, Blackberry, and new forms of test fraud keeping pace with advancements in technology
E-commerce was only recently introduced in the Egyptian market and has picked up steam from the success of a number of companies which rely on the internet and social networks to promote their products, yielding bigger profits quickly and at smaller costs.
Alleged ‘pyramid scheme’ companies managed from Egypt, India, and Sudan
Constitutional experts to draft amendments for 10-15 articles
Members of the Awlad Ali tribe seek to sue El-Zend, demanding that his judicial immunity is waived
Less than one-third of country’s eligible voting population cast their ballot during referendum
A statement by chambers of commerce blames the Egyptian standard specifications
Asil Nadir, formerly one of Britain’s most notorious fugitives, returns to face trial in the UK