The Latest Trends in Check Fraud
While people are writing less checks, checks are continuing to be the most common way fraudsters are committing financial crimes. Join Banker’s Toolbox expert, Michelle Florez as she walks you though the most recent trends in check fraud and what steps you can take to help prevent your institution from falling victim to financial crimes.
After the webinar, Banker’s Toolbox partner, Advanced Fraud Solutions, will give a demonstration of their product, TrueChecks. TrueChecks is a premier check scanning software that can help you and your institution reduce the losses you incur from check fraud. TrueChecks offers point of presentment fraud detection against a database of over 7 million alerts that include NSF, counterfeit, and stop payment check notifications, to provide you and your institution with real-time alerts on high risk checks.
This webinar has been approved for 1.25 CRCM, CAFP, and CFSSP credits and 1 CAMS credit.
- The most recent trends in check fraud
- Steps to take to help prevent your institution from falling victim to financial crimes
- The benefits of fraud prevention system, such as TrueChecks
Michelle Florez came to Banker’s Toolbox with 15 years’ experience in the financial institution industry. She worked with retail banking for four years before moving to Bank Operations. There she managed the Fraud Department which handled check fraud, deposit fraud, kiting, and debit card fraud and disputes. Michelle brought the debit card dispute process in house and set up procedures for debit card investigations, tracking of disputes, and the chargeback of disputed transactions. Michelle Florez also worked in the BSA/AML department where she completed BSA investigations along with creating and checking SARs. She joined Banker’s Toolbox Product Department in March, 2011 and is now the Product Manager over Fraud and WatchList Manager.
Director of Industry Partnerships
Advanced Fraud Solutions
Ted Kirk is the Director of Industry Partnerships at Advanced Fraud Solutions, where he leads the development of software integrations designed to give financial institutions easy, automated ways to prevent payments fraud. In his current role, Ted has gained a deep awareness of the fraud prevention needs of financial institutions, specifically in check fraud and credit card fraud. Ted is passionate about helping financial institutions stay ahead of the game. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.