How to Prevent Fraud Against Your Small Business

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Fraud against small businesses occurs frequently and in many forms. A few examples include shipping scams, chargeback fraud, phishing emails and invoice fraud. Learn to identify some common forms of customer, vendor and third-party fraud and identify steps the small business can take to prevent.


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