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Statistics for General and Online Card Fraud

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Meridien Research says online credit card fraud will total USD 9 billion by 2001, despite the success of Visa and MasterCard in reducing the total volume of bank card fraud to 6 cents in every 100 dollars.

  • Rejected Telephone/Web Payments Sent Via The ACH
  • False-Positive Transactions As Proportion Of Fraud
  • Germany's Cashless Payment Fraud Levels, 2002
  • Global Bank Card Fraud (Losses Per USD 100 Volume)
  • Factors Discouraging US Consumers From Using A Credit Card Online
  • How To Assuage Users' Concerns About Online Credit Card Use
  • Credit Card Use And Fraud Losses In Canada, 2000 - 2002
  • UK Cardholders' Attitudes To Chip And PIN Payments
  • Precautions US Adults Take To Prevent Identity Theft
  • Credit Card Fraud In Japan, 2000 - Q2, 2002
  • US Credit Card Fraud Statistics, 2000 - 2007
  • How Online Fraud Is Committed In The US
  • Percentage of Financial Losses To Online Fraud In The US, 2002
  • Estimated US Online Credit Card Fraud, 2002 - 2007
  • Online Fraud Protection Used By US E-Tailers, 2001 & 2002
  • Online Security Tools Consumers Will Use In The Next Year
  • Why Card Issuers Use Payer Authentication Services
  • Impact Of Card Fraud On US E-Tailers' Revenues
  • UK Card Fraud Losses, 2000 - 2001
  • Online Card Fraud As A Concern For US Firms
  • Payment Fraud In France, 1998 - 2000
  • Card Fraud Rates In Basis Points
  • Cost of Internet fraud with and without technical investment
  • UK Card Fraud Losses, 1999 - 2000 (Stg Millions)
  • Credit Card Fraud - The Main Motive For Identity Theft
  • Card Fraud Rates In Europe, 2000
  • Fraud Totals For 1999 on US Credit & Debit Cards
  • Attitudes of Americans Towards Cybercrime
  • Fraud and Charge-offs by Visa & MasterCard in the US
  • Estimated Costs of Not Using Anti-Fraud Software (Billions)
  • Net Credit/Debit Card Fraud In The US After Gross Charge-Offs

    Rejected Telephone/Web Payments Sent Via The ACH

    Telephone-Initiated Transactions
    2Q 2002 1.0%
    3Q 2002 1.3%
    4Q 2002 0.6%
    1Q 2003 0.2%
    Web-Initiated Transactions
    2Q 2002 0.09%
    3Q 2002 0.10%
    4Q 2002 0.09%
    1Q 2003 0.09%

    Source: NACHA, June 2003


    False-Positive Transactions As Proportion Of Fraud

    Category Percentage
    Good Orders 93.0%
    Fraudulent/False-Positive Orders 6.1%
    Breakdown of Fraudulent/False-Positive Orders
    Bad Orders Refused 75.6%
    False Positives 18.6%
    Bad Orders Approved 5.8%

    Source: CardForum, 2002


    Global Bank Card Fraud (Losses Per USD 100 Volume)

    Year Losses (billions)
    1998 $2.0
    1999 $2.3
    2000 $2.7
    2001 $3.3
    2002 $3.8

    Source: The Nilson Report, June 2003


    Factors Discouraging US Consumers From Using A Credit Card Online

    Factor Percentage
    Concerned about security 70%
    Hassle to enter information 9%
    Don't have a credit card 7%
    Don't like interest charges 6%
    Purchase value too small 4%
    Exceeded personal limit 4%

    Source: PaymentOne, April 2003


    How To Assuage Users' Concerns About Online Credit Card Use

    Items to reduce concerns Percentage
    Nothing 23.1%
    Privacy or security guarantee 19.5%
    Better technology 6.0%
    New laws/regulations 3.7%
    Third-party verification 2.6%
    Consumer resources/education 1.9%
    Government enforcement 1.6%

    Source: UCLA Internet Report 2003, January 2003


    Credit Card Use And Fraud Losses In Canada, 2000 - 2002

    Category 2000 2001 2002
    Cards in issue (millions) 40.10 44.10 49.40
    Cards reported lost or stolen 805,580 813,624 796,371
    Cards used fraudulently 112,070 116,139 136,598
    Fraudulent accounts written off
    (C$ millions)
    156.38 142.27 128.42
    Fraud loss rate 0.12% 0.10% 0.08%

    Source: Cards International


    UK Cardholders' Attitudes To Chip And PIN Payments

    Category Size % Attitude
    PIN Fearful 28% (11.1mn) Not comfortable about using PINs; concerned about new scheme
    Skeptics 13% (5.3mn) Concerned about fraud; don't think new system will work
    Happy coasters 27% (10.7mn) Relaxed about fraud; happy to adopt new scheme
    Convenience seekers 14% (5.7mn) Early adopters; convenience is driving concern
    Information seekers 19% (7.8mn) Very concerned about fraud; want to know exactly how system works

    Source: UK Chip and PIN Programme, January 2003


    Precautions US Adults Take To Prevent Identity Theft

    Method Percentage
    Review bank/credit card statements for fraud 88%
    Shred/destroy credit card receipts/other financial papers 77%
    Check credit reports 64%
    Never give out social security number 51%

    Source: FindLaw, March 2003


    Credit Card Fraud In Japan, 2000 - Q2, 2002

    Category 2000 2001 Q2 2002
    Total Fraud (Y billion) 30.87 27.57 13.62
    Fraud as a % of purchases 0.142 n/a n/a
    Counterfeiting/Forgery (Y billion) 14.02 14.64 8.14
    Counterfeiting as % of total fraud 45.4% 53.1% 59.8%

    Source: Japan Credit Card Industry Association, via Lafferty Publications


    US Credit Card Fraud Statistics, 2000 - 2007

    Year Total Fraud
    (USD mn)
    Online Fraud Rates Amount of
    Online Fraud
    (USD mn)
    Offline Fraud Rates
    2000 1,663.7 3.0% 823.65 0.07%
    2001 1,750.5 2.5% 852.63 0.07%
    2002 1,823.7 2.1% 857.85 0.07%
    2003 2,373.2 2.5% 1,227.88 n/a
    2004 2,664.9 2.4% 1,456.92 n/a
    2005 2,745.4 2.2% 1,611.39 n/a
    2006 3,028.8 2.0% 1,729.00 n/a
    2007 3,212.7 2.0% 1,988.35 n/a

    Source: Celent Communications, via Lafferty Publications


    How Online Fraud Is Committed In The US

    Method Percentage
    Lost or stolen card 48%
    Identity theft 15%
    Skimming (or cloning) 14%
    Counterfeit card 12%
    Mail intercept fraud 6%
    Other 5%

    Source: Celent Communications, January 2003


    Percentage of Financial Losses To Online Fraud In The US, 2002

    Value (USD) Percent
    $0 21
    $1 - 25 11
    $26 - 50 10
    $51 - 75 6
    $76 - 100 5
    $101 - 250 14
    $251 - 500 11
    $501 - 1,000 10
    $1,001 - 5000 10
    $5000 2

    Source: US Federal Trade Commission, January 2003


    Estimated US Online Credit Card Fraud, 2002 - 2007

    Year USD billion
    2002 1.8
    2003 2.3
    2004 2.6
    2005 2.7
    2006 3.0
    2007 3.2

    Source: Celent Communications, January 2003


    Online Fraud Protection Used By US E-Tailers, 2001 & 2002

    Protection Method 2001 2002
    Verified by Visa 14% 17%
    Address Verification Service (AVS) 46% 71%
    Audits against site hacking 33% 65%
    Encryption of stored credit card numbers 48% 59%
    Paid risk management employee n/a 49%

    Source: MindWave Research, November 2002


    Online Security Tools Consumers Will Use In The Next Year

    Security Tool February
    2002
    September 2002
    Verified by Visa 14% 17%
    MasterCard SPA 12% 9%
    Disposable Card Numbers 6% 7%
    Digital Certificates & Keys on PCs 7% 11%
    Digital Certificates & Keys on Smart Card 6% 6%

    Source: GartnerG2


    Why Card Issuers Use Payer Authentication Services

    Reason Percentage
    Improve customer trust in online shopping 19%
    Reduce fraud 64%
    Acquire new cardholders  9%
    Improve customer loyalty to credit card brand  5%
    * 53 card issuers polled in September 2002

    Source: Gartner Group, via American Banker


    Impact Of Card Fraud On US E-Tailers' Revenues

    Fraud As % Of
    Annual Revenues
    Small Retailers Large Retailers
    < 0.5% 72% 58%
    > 1.0% 17% 20%
    % of Revenue Spent Fighting Fraud
    < 1% 58% 59%
    < 3%  8%  7%
    Merchants' Favored Anti-Fraud Tools
    Address verification systems 70%
    Customer follow-up 63%
    Real-time authorizations 61%

    Source: Merchant Fraud Squad, June 2002


    UK Card Fraud Losses, 2000 - 2001 (Stg Millions)

    Category 2000 2001 % Change
    Counterfeit 107.1 160.3 +50
    Card-not-present 72.9 95.7 +31
    Lost/stolen card 101.9 114.0 +12
    Intercepted in post 17.7 26.7 +51
    Fraudulent application 10.5 6.6 +37
    Other 6.9 8.0 +15
    Totals 317.0 411.4 +30
    Losses as % of turnover 0.162 0.183 +13

    Source: APACS, March 2002


    Online Card Fraud As A Concern For US Firms

    Type of Concern 2000 (%) 2001 (%)
    Loss of Revenue 37 57
    Chargebacks 43 45
    Financial reconciliation inefficiencies n/a 34
    Bank fees 34 29

    Source: eMarketer, via CyberSource/Mindwave, November 2001


    Payment Fraud In France, 1998 - 2000

    Category 2000 1999 1998
    Fraud, forgery & counterfeiting 317,044 258,306 246,991
    Falsification/use of stolen credit cards 48,997 39,126 30,459
    Falsification/use of stolen checks 114,346 108,580 119,470
    Check-related crimes, other than above 16,619 15,476 16,813

    Source: Lafferty Publications, November 2001


    Card Fraud Rates In Basis Points

    Security Mechanism Card Type Basis Points
    Mag-Stripe & Signature UK Credit Cards 15
    Mag-Stripe & Online Authorization Visa US Credit Cards   6
    Mag-Stripe with PIN Europay Maestro Cards   3
    Smart Card with PIN Belgian Debit Cards   1

    Source: Lafferty Publications, September 2001


    Cost of Internet fraud with and without technical investment

    Year With investment Without investment
    2000 $1.6 billion $1.6 billion
    2005 $5.7 billion $15.5 billion

    Source: Meridien Research


    UK Card Fraud Losses, 1999 - 2000 (Stg Millions)

    Category 1999 2000 % Change
    Counterfeit 50.3 102.8 +104
    Card-not-present 29.3 56.8 +94
    Lost/stolen card 79.7 98.9 +24
    Intercepted in post 14.6 17.3 +19
    Fraudulent application 11.4 10.2 -11
    Other 3.0 6.5 +116
    Total 188.4 292.6 +55
    As % of volume 0.117 0.145 +24

    Source: APACS


    Credit Card Fraud - The Main Motive For Identity Theft

    Purpose Percentage
    To obtain/take over a credit card account 53%
    To acquire telecommunications services 27%
    To obtain/take over a checking account 17%
    To obtain a loan 11%

    Source: The Federal Trade Commission


    Card Fraud Rates In Europe, 2000

    Card Type Volume Security Mechanism
    Belgian Debit 0.02% Smart Card & PIN
    CB (France) 0.04% Smart card & PIN
    Maestro (Europay) 0.06% Mag-stripe & PIN
    UK Debit 0.14% Mag-stripe & PIN
    Visa EU Credit 0.04% Mag-stripe & signature
    Visa USA Credit 0.06% Mag-stripe & signature
    Europay Credit 0.1% Mag-stripe & signature
    Canada Credit 0.15% Mag-stripe & signature
    UK Credit 0.16% Mag-stripe & signature
    Cartes Bancaires Abroad 0.47% Mag-stripe & signature

    Source: Lafferty Publications


    Fraud Totals For 1999 on US Credit & Debit Cards

    Type of Fraud Fraud (millions) % of Total
    Stolen $297.41 30.9%
    Lost $179.02 18.6%
    Skimming $111.65 11.6%
    Mail Intercepted  $93.36  9.7%
    Identity Theft  $83.74  8.7%
    Altered Cards  $51.97  5.4%
    New Counterfeit  $44.27  4.6%
    False Applications  $41.39  4.3%
    Telefraud  $38.49  4.0%
    Other  $21.17  2.2%
    Total $962.49 100.0%

    Source: The Nilson Report


    Attitudes of Americans Towards Cybercrime

    Category Total
    Feel threatened/concerned over cybercrime 67%
    Want more protection for consumers 62%
    Less likely to do business online 61%
    No effect on eCommerce 33%

    Source: IT Association of America


    Fraud and Charge-offs by Visa & MasterCard in the US

    Year Fraud
    % of Total Volume
    Charge-offs
    (in billions)
    Charge-offs
    % of Total Volume
    1999 0.06 $26.01 3.10
    1998 0.07 $26.56 3.54
    1997 0.09 $25.37 3.73
    1996 0.11 $19.34 3.15
    1995 0.13 $12.27 2.28
    1994 0.14 $8.98 2.04
    1993 0.15 $8.89 2.53
    1992 0.18 $9.42 3.22
    1991 0.17 $8.57 3.28
    1990 0.13 $5.91 2.43

    Source: The Nilson Report


    Estimated Costs of Not Using Anti-Fraud Software (in billions)

    Year Without Investment (USD) With Investment (USD)
    1999  2  0
    2000  5  3
    2001  9  7
    2002 14 12
    2003 22 20
    2004 39 35
    2005 60 38

    Source: Meridien Research


    Net Credit/Debit Card Fraud In The US After Gross Charge-Offs

    Year All Cards (in millions) Bank Cards (in millions)
    1990 637.32 334.43
    1991 869.73 460.74
    1992 959.04 514.93
    1993 932.26 524.61
    1994 1,032.29 615.13
    1995 1,189.67 732.69
    1996 1,114.15 697.14
    1997 985.90 631.49
    1998 966.07 637.43
    1999 956.22 643.35
    2000 1,088.10 743.09
    2001 1,221.87 843.15
    2002 1,357.92 944.57
    2003 1,499.23 1,049.54
    2004 1,652.48 1,164.96
    2005 1,817.68 1,294.09
    2006 1,991.96 1,429.68
    2007 2,183.70 1,580.86
    2008 2,392.40 1,745.45
    2009 2,623.31 1,927.38
    2010 2,877.21 2,127.87

    Source: The Nilson Report




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