Fighting Fraud Gets Interactive

Kisielius, Vytas
July 2003
Bank Technology News;Jul2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p47
Trade Publication
Focuses on an interactive information technology system that prevents credit card fraud. Identification and investigation of fraud patterns; Benefits of technology for customers, banks and fraud agents; Automated-alerting technology.


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