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Pirates pilfer parcels from porches everywhere

City dwellers are only slightly more likely than residents of suburbs or rural areas to have their online orders stolen off their doorsteps. While an online retailer is not liable for goods stolen from a consumer’s home, shoppers often will seek a refund from their card company, prompting a chargeback demand. Some merchants replace the product as an act of goodwill.

COVID-19 pushes a B2B shift to digital invoicing

Companies like Henley Enterprises, a nationwide chain of Valvoline oil-change service centers catering to corporate fleets, are deploying digital invoices with embedded payment links.

A B2B payments firm raises $34 million

Credit Key, a B2B online payments company, says it will use the funding to grow its market among small and midsized businesses.
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Late payments and low cash flow: 2 big reasons to go digital

Among the biggest challenges posed by the pandemic is maintaining cash flow during a disrupted market. But a move into digital payment systems can help businesses—including buyers and sellers—weather the storm and improve their operations, Justin Main of Billtrust writes.

Watchmaker Movado gets serious about global online sales

Movado is moving its brands to the eShopWorld platform, which helps merchants more easily sell in more than 200 markets by providing local payment options and help with customs and duties.
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