Detecting and preventing application fraud requires more than just credit scorecards. The ability to process applications and make connections to previous fraud can go a long way to detect and prevent application fraud.
Application fraud manifests in different ways but the overarching principle that applies to Application fraud is those customers who come in with an intent to defraud the organization – i.e. applying for products or services for which they have no intent to pay.
PRISM is a simple yet powerful tool to tackle IRSF fraud which is increasingly threatening every communications service provider, big and small. PRISM is provided as a secure cloud solution, so all you need is a web browser to get started. Access to this database is now available for a modest annual subscription.
We are delighted to announce the release of Referrals+, a fraud search tool designed to prevent fraudsters from re-entering the network. Referrals enables Credit Control Analysts to vet a customer in near real time or batch (e.g. post connection review) as part of the
International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF) test numbers are numbers provided by a reseller to test that a revenue share destination and number range can be connected from a calling location. These test numbers are extremely valuable if used in a hot list to alert CSPs of a possible or pending IRSF attack.
Telecommunication companies collect personal details from customers when applying for new mobile services. The data is often used for checking the credit worthiness of the customer. However, when the customer details are uncertain, they are Referred to a credit control team for manual vetting.
We are introducing the Referrals module as both a stand-alone tool […]
It was once the domain of the petty thieves working alone, and often targeting one organisation. The organisations too did not feel the pang and often wrote the losses off as bad debts. On a bad day for the thieves, a few days of community service and a slap on the wrist was all it […]