Fed: ‘Card not present’ fraud tops concerns of regional banks, credit unions

PROVIDENCE – In an increasingly digital world, fraud through online and phone transactions has become the top concern for banks and credit unions, according to a new study by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Nearly 40% of New England financial institutions surveyed named “card not present” fraud, in which a thief obtains a consumer’s…

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