Fraud detection is an issue that applies to many different businesses including banking and financial sectors, insurance, government agencies and law enforcement, and more. Attempts at fraud have seen a drastic increase in recent years, making fraud detection thereby increasingly critical.
If you have an address and you need to find out who lives there, the reverse address search is what you need. All you need is a street address, city, and state and two minutes. This service will provide the most complete and comprehensive search results from official government and proprietary records and directories. [...]
A list of some of the various types of check fraud. This is a partial list and will be updated. Embezzlement, Check kiters intend completely to bring their accounts into good standing, others, however, commonly referred to as paper hangers, have pure fraud in mind.
Avoiding credit card fraud may seem like a daunting task since we’re living in the age of mobile purchasing, online shopping and digital information. However, there are a lot of things that you can do every day to keep your credit card information out of a fraudster’s hands.
If you are running a business, shouldn’t you know whom you are hiring? Everybody has a past, but what if the person you are hiring has a past that could affect your business? What if the person you are hiring is only seeking employment to gain access to your customer’s credit card information or physical address?
Common check fraud is nothing new. Check fraud is a huge challenge facing financial institutions and businesses. Since the implementation of digital purchasing, criminals are getting smarter and smarter with their methods. Advanced check fraud involves email, key loggers and hacking. However, there are a lot of very simple forms of check fraud.
Have you ever been in a situation where you thought a background check could help you out? Whether you don’t know who your daughter is dating or a new neighbor has moved in next door, a background check can give you all the information that you need. But if you have never run a background check, you might have a few questions before you get started. Here are some answers to the most common questions that people have before they run a background check on somebody.
Identity theft is one of the common problems among consumers. Thieves have gone to extreme amounts of deception in order to gain access to credit card and bank account information. Have you ever been in a grocery store and pulled your credit card out to pay for a purchase? Of course you have. [...]
So you find the perfect house for your family. The kids love that they have their own rooms and you can’t wait to use the fenced in backyard for barbeques and family gatherings. Your neighbors seem really nice and they have kids around the age of your own. But what do you really know about your neighbors? If there was an emergency could you trust them to look after your children? Could you trust them to look after your possessions?
Email is one of the most frequently used methods of business and personal communication. But did you know that people can send viruses through email? You probably did already know this. The thing that you have to watch out for is something that you might not even think is a virus. Scammers are getting [...]
The snares and traps are set, but you can avoid them By James Limbach of ConsumerAffairs
May 24, 2013
It’s almost summer so you can pretty much count on the bogus home improvement peddlers, vacation rental and timeshare sharks — along with an assortment of other ne’er-do-wells — to be on the prowl.
But you [...]
Message purporting to be from Facebook Security claims that a new security feature called the “Fan Page Verification Program” is being implemented and that Page owners must click a link and choose a ten digit security code to complete the process. Recipients are warned that their Page will be suspended permanently if the process is [...]
Email purporting to be from Canadian Lottery winners Violet and Allen Large claims that the couple has decided to donate $ 2 million of their winnings to the recipient. The message asks the recipient to contact the couple via email to find out more details about the donation.
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