Callcredit Blog

How to determine if your customer is struggling to make the next payment

Recent analysis on changes in customer accounts shows that over a three-month period, over 50% of all customers experience some change in their credit profile. Factors such as Brexit have increased uncertainty, and with the cost of living continuing to … » Read more…

Tags: ,

Focus on Fraudonomics: keeping up with the ever evolving threat of fraud

Is your Fraud strategy keeping pace with the evolving threat of identity fraud? In a widely reported recent case of fraud, a group of council Benefits Assessors used fake identities to create a string of bogus housing benefit claims in a … » Read more…

Tags: , ,

The GDPR – A Short and Useful Guide

Our super streamlined take on what the GDPR is about and what you need to be considering. If you’re unsure about the GDPR we’d recommend reading this before speaking to the relevant people in your organisation and then visiting the … » Read more…

Tags: , ,

Focus on Fraudonomics: Fraudsters are increasingly targeting mobile devices as the key enabler for fraud and financial crime – do you have device identification in place?

This gallery contains 1 photo.

How many of you are reading this on your smartphone or tablet? I suspect the majority of you are. We are a mobile technology generation and we use it to access a wider range of services remotely than ever before. … » Read more…

Tags: , ,

Scary fraud stats keeping retailers up at night

This gallery contains 1 photo.

When it comes to cyber security 2017 has been a year of horror stories, with reports of data breaches and cyber-attacks appearing almost weekly. Research carried out by fraud prevention body Cifas has shown that identity theft has hit epidemic … » Read more…

Tags: , ,

This blog is maintained by the Callcredit Information Group to provide general information about itself, its business and the market sectors in which it and its clients operate. The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal or professional advice upon which you should or can rely or act. You should contact Callcredit Information Group or your professional advisers to obtain tailored and specific advice with respect to any particular issue or problem. Any opinions expressed by the authors on this blog and those providing comments are theirs alone and do not reflect the opinions or policy of Callcredit Information Group or any of its employees. Callcredit Information Group is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by such bloggers. None of the content of the blog shall be taken as constituting legal advice. Callcredit Information Group is unable to provide legal advice to third parties and use of and access to this website does not create an adviser-client relationship between Callcredit Information Group and you, the user or browser. You are advised to read the additional Terms of Use set out on the site hosting this blog. If you would like to discuss any elements of the posts appearing in the blog please contact us by email at press@callcreditgroup.com