The migration from paper to electronic payment forms and Web-based and mobile access channels are opening new avenues to potential fraud, a new study reveals

The 2011 Payments Fraud and Control Survey, conducted by the Bethesda, Md.-based Association for Financial Professionals, found that while checks continue to be the most widely used vehicle for payments fraud, corporations also must be vigilant to protect payments access points linked to Web-based transactions and corporate cards.

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