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Customer Peer-to-Peer (P2P) Payment Risks
The rise of Digital Payment Providers will likely continue as technology evolves, customer preferences change, and more countries move towards digital and cashless economies. While this growth has brought numerous benefits, it has also introduced certain risks for compliance. Here are some of the key risks:
Payment platforms may be vulnerable to fraudulent activities, such as unauthorised transactions, identity theft, or fake payment requests. Hackers or scammers can exploit security vulnerabilities or manipulate unsuspecting users to gain access to their funds.
Payment companies often work with various merchants. However, some merchants may engage in high-risk or fraudulent activities, posing compliance challenges. Payment providers must conduct thorough due diligence on merchants to mitigate these risks.
Privacy Concerns and Consumer Protection:
Payment apps may require users to share personal information, such as bank account details or mobile phone numbers, to facilitate transactions. Inadequate privacy measures or data breaches can lead to the exposure of sensitive information, eroding trust in the platform.
To mitigate these risks and maintain trust, payment providers must prioritise security measures, implement authentication protocols, educate users about potential risks, and offer clear dispute-resolution mechanisms.
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