Update anti-fraud webhook

Updates the anti-fraud webhook called when a cardholder tries to submit a card to a mobile payment app such as Google Pay or Apple Pay for tokenization in a digital wallet (card on file). Pismo is contacted, via the card network, during this process to verify the card and, as part of that, invokes the issuer's anti-fraud webhook for validation. If no webhook is provided, Pismo uses its own anti-fraud verification.

For more information on configuring an anti-fraud webhook, see our Third-party wallets (such as Apple Pay) guide.

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