March 22, 2017
Sourabh Kothari
Sourabh is the Director of Merchant Advocacy at Signifyd, where he brings over 18 years of experience defining, designing and delivering content through stories, events and video.

What Will You Imagine with Magento in 2017?

As a Magento partner we look forward to Magento Imagine every year and this year we have something special we’re excited to announce at their flagship event at the Wynn Las Vegas on April 3-5. This year’s agenda is packed with powerful speakers, including a number of inspirational female leaders like Serena Williams, Jessica Herrin (Founder & CEO of Stella & Dot) and Alaina Percival (CEO of Women Who Code). There will also be plenty of brands presenting this year like Coca-Cola, Mars Inc, Munchkin, Quicken and Warner Music.

If you’re heading to Magento Imagine please be sure to visit our booth # 302 for the chance to win a drone or a hoverboard. Also, please grab your free “Fraud Squad” or “Humans Are Slow” T shirt before we run out. Every year we’re surprised to see who successfully catches the fraudsters in our booth game. Many seasoned fraud experts have guessed incorrectly and we always have a winner for every day of the show.

Signifyd’s Vice President of Partnerships, Skye Spear, will be presenting twice at this year’s event on “Managing Ecommerce Fraud Across All 4 Stages of Growth”. This is a short and insightful presentation you don’t want to miss because fraudsters view merchants differently based on company size, brand and stage of maturity. Learn what you can do to protect yourself as you grow, scale and mature your business.

We look forward to seeing you at Magento Imagine 2017 and we’re confident this will be another great event delivered by our friends at Magento.

  • Mpho Mapatsi

    Having first hand experience with a fraudster recently was a shock but eye opening. I was excited to get a message that x4 bags have been purchased in one transaction from my online store on Shopify. i could not wait to explore the order so that I can dispatch it as the payment had already been done. To my horror when I accessed the order page, there was a big red flag warning of a risk that the transaction highly likely to be fraudulent.
    The heightened risk was based on the facts that the credit card used was registered in Australia and yet the purchase was made in Indonesia and the delivery address was in Indonesia. The other concern was that 4 bags were purchased at the same time. Under normal circumstance, you would not buy that quantity even if it was for a present.It is a good thing that Shopify site was able to highlight this, otherwise, I would have processed the purchase as it was my first..
    On contacting Shopify to seek support on how to deal with this type of suspicious order, the advise was to seriously analyse the risk issues highlighted before making a choice of supplying the order.
    Advise was to send an email to the customer to seek clarification with regards to the discrepancies detected but I have not received any response as yet.
    I have saved my company from being mugged. Thanks to the warning integrated in Shopify