With the launch of its new Visa card, the card company has made it easier for criminals to commit fraud on the Visa network.
In a blog post published on Thursday, E2 said that fraudsters are using the card to commit identity theft, card fraud, and other financial crimes, and that Visa has been unable to protect consumers from them.
Visa card fraud has also been reported on more than 100 million cards worldwide, according to the company.
Visa is trying to reduce the number of frauds on its network, the company said.
But it’s unclear how much fraud there is, since the company doesn’t have a centralized database of fraud.
According to the card issuers website, there are over 1.5 billion cards in circulation, with a combined value of $2.9 trillion.
In the first quarter of 2018, there were 626,000 fraudulent transactions.
Visa says that, because of its partnership with the U.S. Secret Service, the Secret Service can take immediate action against fraudulent activity on the network.
Visa, which is a subsidiary of US Bank, declined to comment on specific cases, saying the company does not comment on the specific cases.