A blog about fraud and anti-fraud technology

Trustev for On-Demand: block fraud in real time

  On-demand apps are great, but they’re also a beacon for fraudsters. With delivery needed in minutes, there’s often even very little time to check whether a customer is genuine, or using a stolen credit card. Result: the apps either turn away real customers or worry ...
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ICYMI -- December 12

Baidu, the Chinese internet giant, is preparing to announce that they've taken a large stake in red hot on-demand startup Uber. Bloomberg says the investment could be up to $600 million.
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60 Minutes on "Friendly Fraud"

60 Minutes dove into the underworld of credit card scamming on a recent episode before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two of the biggest sales days of the year for US retailers. The CBS program covered the massive Target data breach that occurred this time last year - ...
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ICYMI -- December 11

Microsoft announced that they'd be adding bitcoin support today, letting users fund their Microsoft accounts with the cryptocurrency. Now, you can make digital purchases from Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox Games, Xbox Music, and Xbox Video stores with bitcoin.
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Welcome, Ian Kar!

We're happy to announce that Ian has joined the marketing team here at Trustev, where he'll manage our communications team, and write about fraud and security on our company blog.
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What is Trustev

Our fraud “fingerprinting” technology can reduce fraud to near-zero levels and increase sales significantly, by not blocking genuine customers.