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 eCommerce Payments in the United Kingdom 

The eCommerce Payments in the United Kingdom course, part of the eCommerce Payments series, provides the essential information needed to sell online in the United Kingdom including discussions on the size and opportunity of the eCommerce market as well as the prevailing online payment preferences in the UK.


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eCommerce Payments in the UK

  • A training course providing an introduction to eCommerce in the United Kingdom including discussions on the eCommerce market volume, web and mobile penetration, payment card ownership, online payment preferences, tax, fraud and other considerations for doing eCommerce business in the UK.


    This course was last updated in March, 2020 including updated figures and forecasts around eCommerce sales, payment card ownership, smartphone penetration and more. An updated discussion around GDPR was also added. Offered in HTML5 and compatible with all mobile devices.


B. Holmes, eCommerce Certified Fraud Professional

For a merchant starting business, if they know about these training programs it would save them a lot of trouble down the road. Unfortunately many don’t learn about fraud until it is too late.

E. Dietrich, VP Global Fraud Prevention Risk Services, ACI Worldwide

The training program is fantastic. You don’t have to download anything, it runs quickly and easily right on your web browser. You can pause and go back to write down or review information, play and navigate through the lessons seamlessly.

T. Hornbaker, eCommerce Certified Fraud Professional

With my experience I thought I would breeze through the training program with no problem, but I’m finding myself challenged in some aspects and learning things I haven’t seen before.

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