Wish and EverC Join Forces in Fight Against Counterfeits
Wish marketplace to benefit from automated capabilities from the AI-driven merchant and marketplace risk solutions leader
Wish recognizes regulations in the e-commerce industry are rapidly evolving. With this agreement with EverC, Wish can increase operational efficiencies, aim to objectively detect and identify listings with potentially dangerous, illicit, and counterfeit products from their global online marketplace, while at the same time, improve the user’s overall experience on the platform.
“We are thrilled to partner with Wish,” said
“Improving the consumer experience and achieving operational excellence are two of our three foundational pillars as a company, so we have found great alignment in our needs with this business partnership with EverC,” said
As part of their commitment to an improved customer experience, signified by a recent rebrand, Wish has partnered with EverC to incorporate new automation capabilities in addition to its current policy enforcement efforts. By leveraging the EverC solution for efficient, effective risk management, Wish can remain focused on creating a shopping experience that is engaging, yet safe and secure.
EverC is focused on powering safe, scalable growth for the online seller ecosystem with automated, AI-driven merchant and marketplace risk management solutions. We provide immediate and ongoing merchant risk intelligence for banks, acquirers, payment providers, and marketplaces. Learn more at www.everc.com
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