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Posts in category "Fraud Prevention"

11/22/2017

5 Things Consumers Think About Fraud and ID Theft Protection

Does your financial institution really know — and care about — the fears that keep your customers awake at night? Identity theft and bank fraud are high on the list of worries for the average American consumer; in fact, more of them worry about falling prey to identity theft than they fear being a victim of terrorism,…

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11/03/2017

Identity Protection’s Most Powerful Feature… Building Trust

By Laura Bruck in Partnering with EZShield Trust (n.): a firm belief in the reliability, truth, ability, or strength of someone or something. It’s a familiar concept that’s often underestimated. Trust is a catalyst for change and the foundation for strong relationships. It guides us in our daily lives, but most importantly, it dictates who…

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10/20/2017

The Dark Web & What It Means to Your Identity

By Laura Bruck, EZShield Whether you’re an expert or know nothing about it, something in our brain rightfully associates the term “Dark Web” with criminal activity. The Dark Web can be a scary place. It’s home to thousands of Web pages used to facilitate virtually any illegal activity you could imagine. But, it’s not that…

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10/01/2017

Rebuilding Bank Customer Trust After Fraud: Resolution is as Important as Prevention

Fraud continues to grow, and consumers know it. In fact, they’re downright afraid of the prospect of fraud and identity theft. When fraud occurs, bank customers want to know who’s responsible. If they can’t assign blame elsewhere, they’re likely to hold their financial institution responsible and switch banks because of the fraud, a new study…

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08/18/2017

The Beauty — and Profitability — of Offering a Second Chance to Unbanked and Underbanked Consumers

Would we have the iPhone today if Steve Jobs hadn’t gotten a second chance at running Apple? If Milton Hershey hadn’t gotten a third chance after founding two failed companies, would we have the Hershey’s Kiss? Everyone, at least once in their lives, wishes for a second chance. When people get a second chance, they…

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06/16/2017

Synthetic IDs: Identity Theft … Without Your Full Identity

It’s called synthetic identity theft. Whether by a phishing scam, data breach, hack or physical theft, your information becomes compromised and falls into the wrong hands. Criminals use this stolen information to mix and match names, birthdays, Social Security numbers and addresses with other fabricated information to create synthetic IDs. Once the synthetic identity is made,…

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05/12/2017

Rebuilding Bank Customer Trust After Fraud

Fraud continues to grow, and consumers know it. In fact, they’re downright afraid of the prospect of fraud and identity theft. When it occurs, bank customers want to know who’s responsible. If they can’t assign blame elsewhere, they’re likely to hold their financial institution responsible and switch banks, a new study from Carnegie Mellon University…

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