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A Study on Cybercrimes Faced by the Customer’s Usage of Cashless Payments Using Fintech

Issue Abstract

Financial Technology has made a drastic change in the financial sectors. This has paved the way for cashless transactions among the customers. The study focus on the reasons for cybercrime among banking customers and the strategy to reduce the cybercrime among banking customers using cashless transactions through financial technology(FINTECH). A sample size of 107 respondents has been taken for the study by adopting convenient sampling technique. The study concludes that, Cybercrimes against persons involve a variety of offences include sending child pornography and harassing people via email. The bank customer loses a significant amount of secret information as a result of unauthorised access, which results in significant financial loss for banks.
Keywords: Fintech, cybercrime, cashless transactions.

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Dr. L. Nithya
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05 Sep 2023
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