How to Think About First-Party Fraud

First-party fraud may feature multiple forms of deception which vary in sophistication, but it often begins with a basic premise – with applicants who simply present themselves as the borrower. They use their own identity, or parts of their identity, with the intent to defraud for financial gain. In some cases, a first-party fraudster will use bits of information identifying their next of kin when applying for credit.

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In the Fight Against Fraud, How’s Your Data Doing?

Fraudsters work around the clock. Your fraud prevention measures should too. Fraud prevention is a primary concern for any business in the lending industry. The growth of digital and mobile technologies makes it increasingly difficult to determine who is on the other end of a transaction.

A lender’s risk is naturally higher with a subprime borrower than with a traditional prime consumer. As fraud in its various forms continues to

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