Our fraud-protection products monitor and secure your accounts to protect your employees and your company from becoming victims.
We recognize that each business has a unique responsibility to protect their finances, as well as the people they serve, from cybercriminals. We proactively work with you to safeguard your data and your accounts.
Whether you make payments using paper checks, credit cards, ACH or wire transfers—you can be confident in our best-in-class security measures and industry-leading technology.
Our best-in-class security measures and industry-leading technology help keep your accounts and payments safe.
Over 60 percent of organizations, both public and private, were targets of fraud scams last year. And not only are fraud attempts becoming more successful, but losses are increasing.
Don’t become a statistic. Minimize your exposure to fraud with our suite of electronic and check fraud-protection services, including:
Our solutions give your business:
Once you understand the ways your business or organization is at risk, you can make better decisions about solutions that can help protect your accounts.
Payments fraud increased to record levels in 2015. Listen to our latest webinar to find out what the results of this year’s AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey mean for businesses like yours.View webinar about Payments Fraud Is Growing—Find Out How to Protect Your Business
The 2016 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey found that the number of organizations impacted by fraud is increasing—and criminals are using more high-tech strategies.View infographic about Payments Fraud Hits Record Highs
The EMV liability shift will make EMV cards the norm in the US. What’s different about them and how will they affect fraud?View infographic about EMV Cards: US Plays Catch Up
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