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New Jersey-Based Fraud Ring Charged This Week: The Perfect Case for Social Network Analysis


By Mike Betron, Infoglide VP of Marketing   As reported by MSN Money this week, eighteen members of a fraud ring have just been charged in what may be one of the largest international credit card scams in history. The New Jersey-based fraud ring is reported to have stolen at least $200 million, fooling credit […]

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Insider Fraud – Post 2


In our last post on insider fraud (IF), we explored what insider fraud is, who is likely to commit it, and took a brief look at how insider fraud can affect the banking and insurance industries. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at how insider fraud can connect to first-party fraud, some of the […]

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First Party Fraud


By Mike Betron, Infoglide VP of Marketing Note: Today’s post is the first in a four-part series on first-party fraud. In this series, we’ll take a close look at what first-party fraud is, why it’s so difficult for banks to identify and block, and how Social Link Analysis (SLA) can serve as an effective and […]

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Synthetic Identity Fraud: You can buy data… Or you can generate knowledge


By Doug Wood, Infoglide Senior VP   In recent years, the integrity of the SSN has been severely compromised in credit bureau profiles and other trusted authorities. This threat, known as Synthetic Identity Fraud (SIdF), uses modified name and date of birth attributes combined with another person’s Social Security Number.  This scheme has caused a phenomenon […]

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