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Fraud at account registration is a problem across industries and creates significant loss for financial and online lending institutions when it comes to loan default, bonus abuse in gambling and spam or other unwelcome behavior in social communities.

Although fraud schemes may vary across industries, what doesn’t change is that each one comes through an Internet-enabled device. The ability to identify, recognize and understand with great certainty the risk that device, and by extension person, poses to your business is crucial to stopping fraud. 

We know about the behavior of 3 billion devices

A device may be new to your site, but it’s very likely already part of our extensive knowledge base of 3 billion devices. The more accurate data you know about a device upfront, the easier it is to assess risk, trustworthiness and stop fraud before it happens. Device intelligence is often the first line of defense against online fraud and it can be a powerful tool to identify high risk patterns of behavior at account registration.

Our multi-layered approach to stopping fraudsters at account creation includes:

  • Detect suspicious devices (web and mobile)
  • Identify high-risk location and networks
  • Use real-time Iink analysis to connect seemingly unrelated accounts and devices with fraud
  • Detect location masking to reveal a fraudster’s true location
  • Uncover evasion detection strategies
  • Track velocities to detect risky behavior
  • Gain insight from client-shared fraud and our device reputation service

Shared fraud intelligence to stop fraud

At iovation we have over 3,500 participating professionals who share fraud intelligence on a daily basis. They flag accounts with more than 45 specific types of fraud such as identity theft, account takeovers, online solicitations, phishing, gold farming and more. This precise data arms our clients with the detailed intelligence needed to make real-time decisions on risk. 

Want to know what we can tell you about the history and reputation of a device at account registration? Contact us today and we’ll help you stop more fraud faster.

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