FACTA Red Flags

MicroBilt Helps You Make Sense of FACTA Red Flags

MicroBilt's Red Shield provides FACTA Red Flags compliance every time you pull credit.

Red Shield returns a pass or fail rating along with the consumer credit report you request. Your business satisfies federal requirements by assessing the foreseeable risk of identity theft in every transaction.

In addition, each Red Shield transaction is backed by a $25,000 guarantee against loan losses in the event that our rating is incorrect.

Save time and avoid the complexity of FACTA Red Flags by including Red Shield when you request a customer's credit information.

Download the Red Shield Product Sheet (Adobe PDF)

FACTA Red Flags Training

ComplyTraq Red Flags Training is the quick, easy way to get up to speed on new FACTA Red Flags requirements.

Learn the new federal regulations around Red Flags and how to keep your company compliant. ComplyTraq Training is an on-demand learning course designed to make understanding Red Flags fun, fast, and easy while satisfying FACTA Red Flags training requirements.

Using interactive, web-based lessons you'll learn about the origins and purpose of the FACTA Red Flags, what companies like yours are required to do, and which identity theft red flags you need to keep an eye out for.

Sign up for FACTA Red Flags ComplyTraq Training today and learn how to protect your company and customers as well as the steps required to become Red Flags compliant.

For sales assistance with FACTA Red Flags products use our convenient or call (800) 884-4747
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