Chip-Enabled Cards Are Actually Increasing Fraud for Some Stores

Before you light your wallet on fire, let’s clarify something: the rollout of chip-enabled cards is going to help fraud in the long run. But for merchants that are yet to get their shit together, the move away from magstripe is actually causing problems.

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