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Fraud management can help organizations be proactive rather than reactive, while also helping identify which risks can lead to opportunities and which can lead to potential pitfalls. It is critical to effectively evaluate potential instances of fraud that could impact your organization’s ethics and compliance standards, business practice requirements, and financial reporting integrity. Here is how you can incorporate Experian into your fraud management process:
Monitor accounts for derogatory information and screen applications for inconsistent data. Experian’s extensive credit report data, scoring, screening and authentication tools help your business’s fraud management and prevention efforts.
Keep your finger on the pulse of fraud and identity crime, and applying knowledge and global experience to fraud prevention
Reduce fraud by authenticating credit card users at the point of purchase and use predictive tools to enhance the efficiency of credit offer strategies. Experian offers a range of fraud management products that help score consumer fraud risk and automate decisioning.
To prevent, detect and mitigate the risk of identity theft, all organizations must comply with the federal Red Flags Rule. Experian can help you assess your company's vulnerabilities and customize a system that fits your specific needs while simultaneously helping you process verification and government list checks.
The USA PATRIOT Act has asked businesses to help fight terrorism through diligent identification of money-laundering operations. This has prompted hundreds of businesses to implement Experian’s technology to identify suspicious activity, mitigate risk and meet regulations.
Experian has handled more than 1,300 data breach events across a range of industries. We have successfully mitigated risk for our clients and provided products and services that minimize cost.