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Press Releases from Deutsche Card Services GmbH (9 total)

Security in European online retailing higher than ever

COLOGNE, 17 February 2011 – Payment security in European online retailing is higher than ever. That is one of the results of the new E-Retail Report 2010 by Deutsche Card Services. The non-payment risk for the predominant payment method (credit card) dropped to a record low of 0.1725%. In other words: less than two out of 1000 transactions fail, according to the Deutsche Bank subsidiary’s figures. If online retailers use

E-Commerce Report 2010: Brandenburg and Bavaria improve their position in the Ge …

COLOGNE, 09 December 2010 – Brandenburg and Bavaria are the German federal states which have improved their ranking in German online trade most. That is one of the results of the E-Commerce Report 2010, which was recently published by Deutsche Card Services. For the first time ever, Brandenburg belongs to the top five states in online trade, and Bavaria climbed from rank 11 to rank 7. Bremen lost most, dropping

E-Commerce Report 2010: Fewer fraud attempts in online trade

COLOGNE, 02 December 2010 – The number of fraud attempts in European online trade has declined slightly. This is one of the results of the recently published E-Commerce Report 2010 by Deutsche Card Services, which analyses purchasing and payment behaviour as well as non-payment risks on the basis of real-life transactions. In case of the most popular e-commerce payment method – the credit card – fewer chargebacks after a cardholder

E-Commerce Report 2010: Credit card the most popular payment method in German on …

COLOGNE, 23 November 2010 – For the first time, credit cards are the most popular payment method in German e-commerce. This is one of the results of the E-Commerce Report by Deutsche Card Services. German consumers use credit cards to pay for 38% of their purchases. In the preceding years, direct debits were the most popular payment method. The third place goes to giropay, a new payment method developed by

E-Commerce Report 2010: Huge potential for German online trade

COLOGNE, 11 November 2010 – According to the latest data compiled by Deutsche Card Services, the globalisation process offers huge development opportunities for German online trade. In its recently published E-Commerce Report 2010, the Deutsche Bank subsidiary shows that, while the international business of German online shops has increased slightly, it is still small in comparison to that of their competitors in other countries. The largest development opportunities exist in

E-Commerce Report 2010: Online shoppers getting interested in minor goods

COLOGNE, 03 November 2010 – Online shopping is becoming ever more attractive, not least for minor goods. The recently published E-Commerce Report 2010 by Deutsche Card Services shows that the average value of online purchases has dropped back to the level registered five years ago. However, as e-commerce is continuing to grow, the decline to EUR 65.35 does not translate into drastic sales losses, but reflects instead a change in

Deutsche Card Services to process payments for Media-Saturn in e-commerce

Cologne, 26 May 2010 – Deutsche Card Services and Media-Saturn have signed a framework agreement on the processing of e-commerce payments. The Deutsche Bank subsidiary announced that the agreement will cover Visa and MasterCard card payments. In addition, the new online payment methods giropay (Germany), eps (Austria) and iDEAL (Netherlands) will be available; all of these are based on the secure PIN/TAN online banking procedure. A number of consumer and

Credit card increases lead over other payment methods in online

Latest Pago Retail Report by Deutsche Card Services shows significant differences in payment behaviour between online retailing and e-commerce as a whole COLOGNE, 27 February 2009 - As in overall e-commerce, credit cards are clearly the preferred payment method in European retailing. Their share rose almost 6 pp year-on-year, to now 81.57%. In other words: Consumers use credit cards to pay for more than eight out of ten purchases in European

Women Predominate in European Online Retail for the first Time

Pago Retail Report 2008 - published by Deutsche Card Services - reveals large-scale changes in purchasing and payment behaviour Cologne, 09 December 2008 - Women predominate in European online retail for the first time. 53.40% of all transactions were initiated by women, 46.60% by men. This is the result revealed by the Pago Retail Report 2008, which was just published by Deutsche Card Services, a member of Deutsche Bank Group. In

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