Do you know that companies lose an estimated 5% of their revenue annually due to fraud, according to the 2016 ACFE Report to the Nations?
We don't want you to be one of them.
Your payment system should have multiple levels of security, especially when used for issuing ACH (Automated Clearing House) payments. Fraud prevention along with fraud detection strategies embedded in your payment platform and processes should hinder the capability of a "lone wolf attack." In days gone by, companies might have been compelled to use a single computer in a room with closed circuit TVs to protect the business files.
Today there should still be levels of access built into your system and for your team to follow, and in honor of International Fraud Awareness Week, here are the seven best practices for payment fraud prevention: