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Forever21 Chooses Accertify for Fraud Prevention 

March 19, 2012

Anti-fraud company Accertify last week signed an agreement with clothing retailer Forever21 to provide Accertify’s fraud prevention solution. The Los Angeles-based clothing store, which operates 480 brick-and-mortar locations, says the agreement is a response to the risk involved in expanding its online presence internationally.

“With Accertify managing our fraud prevention program, we will be able to redeploy our resources to further enhance our customer’s online shopping experience, including customer service,” said Beth Jain, controller at Forever 21, Inc.  “We are confident they will limit our exposure to fraud-related risks as we work to rapidly expand our e-commerce business.”



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