Leading fraud prevention and management firm, ClearSale (http://clear.sale) hit a major global milestone of over 3,000 active clients in over 150 countries worldwide, including the US, UK, and Australia. This huge undertaking is made possible by the dedication of its international team made up of fraud analysts, corporate and retail experts, and top-rated customer service managers.
The fraud fighting team recently took their global power to Mexico, a country whose fraud numbers are some of the highest worldwide. Mexico Country Manager, Victor Islas, presented at Meet Magento MX 2018 October 25th in Mexico City, where he discussed card-not-present fraud, the growth of e-commerce in the area, and how fraud has become the biggest threat to the progress of e-commerce in Mexico. With actionable insights, Victor let attendees know the newest ways that e-retailers can help prevent fraud and lower chargebacks, giving them the power to protect themselves and their good customers.
“We are excitedly celebrating this huge milestone,” said ClearSale CEO Pedro Chiamulera. “As part of our growth strategy, we prioritize educating merchants worldwide. We work hard to stay on top of the latest fraud schemes and the trends that help prevent them, so that we can share those insights and help retailers ensure that money isn’t left on the table. With over 16 years in business and more than 3,000 active clients in 150 countries, we’re doing something right, and I’m incredibly proud of our hard-working team.”
Client KindGardenSupply.com agrees that ClearSale allows businesses to work with confidence. “I had some scammy situations prior to ClearSale. Now I can focus on the important things in my business with the confidence that ClearSale has my back. I’ve already recommended this to several of my colleagues. I’m so happy ClearSale was recommended to me!”
With a unique combination of advanced machine learning technology and an in-house team of over 700 seasoned fraud analysts, ClearSale has been a global pioneer in taking on the hardest e-commerce fraud environments. For more information, visit http://clear.sale.