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Financial Identity Crimes in the U.S. White Paper

43% of U.S. consumers experienced financial identity theft – application fraud in their name or account takeover (ATO) – in the past two years1.

These attack patterns are a concern for consumers and for financial executives and only part of the ever-changing landscape. What is the truth behind these types of fraud and what does this mean for financial institutions – today and tomorrow?

Download the commissioned Aite report, Financial Identity Crimes in the U.S. to learn:

  • The incidence rate of identity theft
  • The very real problem of application fraud related to financial accounts


1Financial Identity Crimes in the U.S.: The Stark Reality. Aite Group, July 2021.

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Picture this: a fraudster writes a check for $5,000 from his account at a credit union and walks over to his local branch of a nationwide bank, depositing the check by scanning it in at the ATM. It’s a large check, so the bank

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