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Written by Cyndie Martini
on November 13, 2019

Carol Logan, our Director of Client Services, is featured in CU Management's article explaining how new fraud tactics can be prevented. She explains: “The more fraud mitigation strategies they can deploy on those various fronts, the better off credit unions will be. An emerging threat is synthetic ID fraud, in which scammers grab bits of pirated information from different people—a name from one, a social security number from another, an address from someone else—and mash them all together to apply for a new card account.”  Find out more by clicking here.

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