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  • E-commerce powers fraud in Australia
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E-commerce powers fraud in Australia

Fuelled by the rise of internet shopping, credit card fraud in Australia has doubled since 2010 – now amounting to AUS $200 million. According to data from the Australian Payments Clearing Association, most fraud is occurring online rather than with lost or stolen cards.

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