It might seem as if the challenges in mitigating fraud are similar across industries and that any fraud and risk management solution could be adapted to whichever type of fraud is relevant to your business, but the truth is it’s not that simple.
When an applicant is opening a bank account or applying for a credit card online - the best-case scenario is their application is approved without any hiccups. But what happens when they are denied?
If you’re still using a linear approach to identity verification, you’re missing a trick. In this webinar with Bank Director, our Director of Data — Andrew Martin — explores how a holistic approach to identity verification can increase your number of digital account openings while mitigating fraud risks.
How Alloy’s partnership with Idology helps our clients reduce onboarding friction and compliance costs, while detecting and stopping fraud at every step.
In this eBook, we explore how using multiple data source providers in your identity verification process can not only help you mitigate fraud risks, but also bring on more good customers.
A list of resources to help SBA lenders and small businesses navigate the $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) launched April 3, 2020.
In the 2018 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey, PWC writes, “When it comes to fraud, technology is a double-edged sword.
One key feature of having a fort as a kid was the secret password to identify yourself and grant entry. We don’t have that relationship with our banks...
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