The Impact of Coronavirus: A Review of Six eCommerce Markets

Latin America (LATAM)
United Kingdom
United States
Natalia Dinsmore -- Riskified
Apr 22, 2020
While the novel coronavirus has infected people in every country across the globe, the effect of COVID-19 on consumer buying patterns is more disparate than one might think, with unique variances both across regions and within individual countries.

This paper presents a look at consumer behavior and fraud in the midst of the COVID-19 outbreak, with Latin America and Spain covered first. China and the United Kingdom are examined next, with the United States and Italy rounding out the countries covered. Each country includes a comparison showing trends in the number of orders and number of fraud attempts.

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