Detection of Fraudulent Sellers in Online Marketplaces using Support Vector Machine Approach

@article{Renjith2018DetectionOF,
  title={Detection of Fraudulent Sellers in Online Marketplaces using Support Vector Machine Approach},
  author={Dr. Shini Renjith},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1805.00464}
}
The e-commerce share in the global retail spend is showing a steady increase over the years indicating an evident shift of consumer attention from bricks and mortar to clicks in retail sector. In recent years, online marketplaces have become one of the key contributors to this growth. As the business model matures, the number and types of frauds getting reported in the area is also growing on a daily basis. Fraudulent e-commerce buyers and their transactions are being studied in detail and… 

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