Alloy, the identity operating system for the financial services industry, today announced it has raised $12 million in Series A funding.
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In the 2018 Global Economic Crime and Fraud Survey, PWC writes, “When it comes to fraud, technology is a double-edged sword.
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.
In a press release, Money 20/20 Asia explained the choice of Singapore as their chosen host city, calling it the “gateway to Asia.
Alloy and Whitepages Pro built up experience working together across multiple financial institutions, from early-stage fintechs to digital-first banks.
Institutions may not use Alloy’s product to deny a customer access to a financial services product because of their immigration or citizenship status alone.
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At Alloy, we had a decision to make relatively early on, when we were just 5 people on a very tight budget: whether or not to invest in a SOC2 process.
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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