SEATTLE, Dec. 01, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today the Merchant Risk Council, the leading global trade association committed to safe and profitable eCommerce, launched their new website portal, MRC Communities, an interactive forum to discuss industry trends, solve business challenges, share information and network with professionals.
MRC Communities allows quick communication between fraud and payments professionals around the globe to engage in conversations and get immediate feedback. Because the fraud and payments industry is always changing and fraudsters are constantly evolving, members rely on information sharing to learn best practices, successful processes and new developments. This tool allows them to do this faster by speeding up response time.
“As the MRC continues to experience rapid development and membership growth, an ongoing goal of ours is to deliver unparalleled education, tools and events,” says Danielle Nagao, MRC CEO. “MRC Communities is a vital new part of our resource center, providing members an additional opportunity to seek guidance, grow their professional network and collaborate in industry discussions.”
Features of MRC Communities include: membership directory to search and connect with peers, daily digest email report delivering the previous day’s discussions, an open member forum to post messages, private discussions for members of select business communities (Gamer Safety Alliance, Payments and Fraud), file sharing, customizable portal profiles including location networks, private messaging and more.
About the MRC:
The MRC is an unbiased global community providing a platform for eCommerce fraud and payments professionals to come together and share information. As a not-for-profit entity, the MRC’s vision is to make commerce safe and profitable everywhere by offering proprietary education, training and networking as well as a forum for timely and relevant discussions. The MRC was launched in 2000 at the start of the eCommerce boom by a small group of industry professionals from leading consumer brands, with the ultimate goal of combating online fraud in the card not present space. Since its inception, the MRC has also added online payments to its portfolio, expanding its presence further into eCommerce. The MRC is headquartered in Seattle, WA and has an office in Madrid, Spain.
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Source:Merchant Risk Council