BRIGHT IDEAS FOR BANKING

Get a step ahead in security, speed, and customer experience

Podcast

A Texas car and motorsports entrepreneur orchestrates a scheme to check kite $114 million, fooling investors and his business partner that he’s running a thriving business.

Learn more about Real-time Deposit Chek® Service as a tool to confirm the status of an account, predict the likelihood that an item will return, while validating the external account is owned by the customer requesting the deposit transaction.

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A bank uses predictive intelligence from the National Shared DatabaseSM resource to prevent deposit fraud.  
White Paper

As much as customers love variety in banking, so do fraudsters. With the emergence of omni-channel banking, scammers have found ways to leverage each new channel for fraud - and deposit fraud is one of the most common tactics. It’s a persistent and challenging issue that can have a major impact on customer trust, employee morale, brand reputation, and even your FI’s bottom line.

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zelle ebook
Blog Article

While media coverage around the danger of P2P payments is escalating, the reality is that Zelle® fraud and scams have materially declined over the last five years relative to the network’s growth. More than 99.9% of over five

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identity verification
eBook

Are your identity verification tools keeping up with today’s quickly evolving threats like synthetic identities and helping your financial institution deliver a great applicant experience with minimal friction?

If there’s room for improvement, this eBook will show you how Verify Identity can help your bank, credit union or financial services organization check all the critical boxes:

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curinos report
White Paper
Financial institutions are facing intense competition from both fintechs and traditional players, putting downward pressure on the revenue they generate from mass-market consumers. Curinos’ new report Zelle® Usage Drives Customer Engagement explains “as digital channels become a larger source of new customers, banks find that engagement levels and revenue contribution of these customers are far lower than their existing, branch-originated counterparts.”
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