Rightsizing fraud strategies

January 8, 2018 by Guest Contributor

The multitude of modern fraud strategies available today necessitates applying an appropriate level of confidence to increase the likelihood of catching fraudsters without disrupting legitimate customers’ experiences. This approach is known as “rightsizing” your fraud solution.

Here’s how fraud detection rates can be improved while reducing the number of false positives and disruption of legitimate customers:

A right-size approach means tackling your fraud problem with a highly tailored solution that enables your business rather than crippling it. Next week, we’ll discuss this forward-looking approach to fighting fraud, or you can jump ahead and read our latest tip sheet.

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