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Check vs. ACH; Yes, there is a huge difference for the Fraudsters

clock April 11, 2012 15:43 by author Dave King
Are your check verification procedures robust enough to keep the fraudsters at bay? Online fraud is becoming a serious epidemic worldwide, and so far, it just keeps getting worse. In the last couple years, hacking attacks have quickly moved towards targeting personal consumer information, specifically for the purpose of enabling fraud. In fact, ac... [More]

When is a Check Not a Check?

clock April 4, 2012 08:58 by author Dave King
When it is taken electronically or more commonly known, as a “customer-not-present” transaction. There are very few tools to manage risk for such transactions. At least in a face to face transaction the check acceptor has the option of real-time electronic verification and asking for some form of ID to verify the check writer owns the c... [More]

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