Ashley is responsible for staying current with new fraud trends that may impact the financial lives of consumers. She then ensures TMG’s financial institution clients are in the best possible position to mitigate exposure to fraud.
Skimming horror stories are nothing new. Tales of consumers unwittingly inserting their cards at ATMs with fraudulent technology frequently pervade headlines. Fake card inserts, keypads and other devices have all been fitted on ATMs, giving them the look of the real deal while quietly collecting consumers’ data.
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Vending machines, ATMs and gas pumps yet to be chip-enabled present prime opportunities to fraudsters looking for a quick score.
Taking consumers’ financial lives to the next level may go hand-in-hand with embracing the Internet of Things.
Learn fraud trends predicted to make headlines this year, and review consumer tips for keeping information safe.
With the heavy holiday travel season upon us, take the time to keep your cardholders up-to-date on travel best practices.
Although young adults ages 18 to 24 are among the most at-risk consumers for identity theft, taking some proactive fraud prevention measures can help keep them safe.
With more and more fraudsters turning to call centers to commit their crimes, it is increasingly important for financial institutions to be aware of key ways to detect fraudsters over the phone.
With global card fraud expected to top $31.67 billion by 2020, promoting fraud awareness is critical. Participating in International Fraud Awareness Week can help financial institutions spark conversations they should be having about fraud prevention tactics.
Criminals are adapting their thieving strategies in order to get the most “bang for their buck.” This requires FIs’ continued vigilance when it comes to monitoring accounts and educating consumers on fraud mitigation best practices.
Although election season may bring out the worst in people (in more ways than one), consumers can protect themselves from fraudsters looking to steal their money and/or identities.
While progress has been made on the U.S. EMV conversion, hurdles remain for many merchants.
Community financial institutions should educate cardholders on the dangers of ATM skimming, particularly in Mexico.
Community FIs can help curb charity fraud by educating consumers on the very real dangers of charity scams and how to recognize the warning signs.
Although EMV brings new levels of payment fraud protection, the rollout process has presented a new opportunity for fraudsters to take advantage of unsuspecting cardholders.
Community FIs can help protect consumers from mobile payment fraud by educating them on how to securely use mobile payment apps.