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September 12, 2017

Prevent card numbers, IPs, phone numbers, or emails previously used to make fraudulent purchases using Blacklists

Prevent card numbers, IPs, phone numbers, or emails previously used to make fraudulent purchases using Blacklists

Blacklists are often used to prevent credit cards, emails, IP addresses, or phone numbers that were previously used to make fraudulent purchases from being used to make additional purchases.

Alternatively, merchants may rely on blacklists to prevent the use of their e-commerce service by certain types of buyers, e.g., preventing buyers from abroad from using an e-commerce service that operates only in its own country of origin.

Credits : Image by Ivana Divišová from Pixabay