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Unfortunately, many law firms don't have any kind of check fraud protection because they worry about the workflow and cost involved," said Rick Kabra, CEO of CosmoLex.
Utilizing advanced and predictive analytics the Intellinx Check Fraud Solution has comprehensive detection capabilities based on integration with core systems, check processing systems, image sources and archives (ATM, teller, RDC, etc.
Stale-dated check fraud can be stopped through vigilance and cooperative efforts.
For many of the check fraud gangs, scanners, copy machines, laser printers and computers are the tools of choice.
The new regulation actually facilitated check fraud by giving criminals more time to complete fraudulent transactions.
Check fraud is costly to all parties involved: financial institutions, the business community, and the public.
Frequent check fraud attacks against a particular bank may result from its location, inadequate internal controls, or marketing strategies that present opportunities to savvy check fraud artists.
With checks remaining the primary payment instrument for B2B payments, businesses of every size should consider the risks that check fraud poses and implement known procedures and technologies to protect their organization from the potential liabilities.
BULLETIN BOARD: MITK) , a leading provider of Image Analytics and Pattern Recognition software, announced that it has implemented a check fraud detection solution at Atlanta-based Georgian Bank.
In its 1994 Check Fraud Survey, the American Bankers Association (ABA) indicated that the volume of check fraud against financial institutions increased by 136 percent from 1991 to 1993.
Despite a reduction of 4-7% in the number of checks written each year, check fraud remains a persistent problem responsible for billions of dollars of merchant and bank losses and lost productivity in exception processing each year.
Underscoring the importance of implementing payee positive pay, almost two-thirds of the victims of attempted or actual check fraud reported that the fraud involved altered payee names on the checks they issued.