By learning key tips for mitigating your risks and safeguarding your profits.
VP of Partnerships
Strategic Partner Manager
William HooPinPong Payments
BD Manager for Partnerships
U.S. cross-border sales growth spiked dramatically in May, up 42% compared to May 2019.
Globally, Digital Commerce 360 puts cross-border e-commerce growth at 21% from January to July this year.
Just like selling domestically, cross-border transactions run the risk of fraud and chargebacks.
But that doesn’t mean that merchants should resort to writing off entire markets.
Cross-border e-commerce offers merchants a way to grow and protect themselves from downturns and recessions in their home market.
China’s luxury market, for example, started to rebound earlier than other places, impacted by the spread of the coronavirus.
How can merchants seize the opportunity of cross-border e-commerce while mitigating their risk?
Denise Purtzer joins PinPong Payments and Zonos to share her experience in fraud prevention and global e-commerce to describe: