RBS WorldPay Opts For GDS Link Risk-Management Software

Bell, Stephanie
July 2010
CardLine;7/2/2010, Vol. 10 Issue 26, p47
Trade Publication
The article reports that RBS WorldPay Inc. has chosen the DataView360 software from GDS Link LLC to prevent fraud. It mentions that DataView360 software will enable RBS WorldPay Inc., a division of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, to configure and implement multiple risk and fraud thresholds based on several variables including charge-back ratios and to adapt to the changing trends in fraud. It further mentions that the software is beneficial even for the smaller online merchants.


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