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GIACT Launches Emergency Fast Track Program to Assist Financial Institutions and Non-Bank Lenders with SBA Loan Disbursements
GIACT® Launches Emergency Fast Track Program to Assist Financial Institutions and Non-Bank Lenders with SBA Loan Disbursements
Government Agencies, News,
GIACT® Releases Report on the Staggering Cost of Returned Mail
The report highlights the volume of consumer change events and the difficulties associated with keeping up-to-date consumer profiles; the compliance issues that follow undeliverable as addressed items; as well as best practices for implementing a proactive identity monitoring approach to streamline compliance and drastically reduce the number of returns.
Article, Banking, Government Agencies,
How GIACT Approaches Risk Management & OFAC Compliance
When the United States implements sanctions against a country or a group of individuals, domestic companies are required not to do business with the bad actors. From narcotic traffickers to suspected terrorists, belligerent states to authoritarian governments, there are many individuals and groups that companies are barred from dealing with.
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In Battling Identity Fraud, Finding The (Synthetic ID) Devil Behind The Details
With the advent of chip cards in the United States, fraudsters have been looking for new avenues through which to continue their criminal enterprises. The data is out there now, more than ever before – and, as he said, all stakeholders need to be proactive in the battle.
GIACT and Advanced Fraud Solutions Announce Strategic Partnership
GIACT® Systems and Advanced Fraud Solutions (AFS) today announced a strategic partnership to enhance AFS’s TrueChecks® solution with GIACT’s EPIC Platform® The joint solution gives retailers and other billers the ability to verify account status and investigate any history of account fraud, prior to accepting payment in order to reduce returned items.
Infographic: The Growing Costs of Identity Fraud
The volume of fraud attempts and the cost-per-incident of losses have increased in recent years. According to Javelin Strategy & Research's, 15.4 million consumers in the U.S. were victims of identity theft in 2016 at an estimated cost of $16 billion.