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If you’re an eCommerce merchant, chances are you’ve experienced an abandoned shopping cart or two. An abandoned cart is when a potential customer starts an online order but backs out before completing their purchase.
While security measures are built into WordPress and WooCommerce, there are a few basic things new store owners should do to keep their customers, team, and data safe in the event of worst-case scenarios.