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How to protect margins and increase identity check pass rates in a mobile world

If you would like to increase your connection volume, reduce no intention to pay and identity fraud plus protect your business from the consequences of fraud, take a look at our blog.  We work with a number of mobile retailers … » Read more…

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Stop the fraudsters stealing a slice of your pie

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Developing the perfect recipe for fraud prevention is a lot like baking.  Faced with a myriad of ingredients, utensils and desired outcomes it is crucial that you get the right mixture to ensure your business – and your customers – … » Read more…

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Is the security industry ready for statutory licencing?

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The security industry has been waiting with baited breath for an official announcement on when the Security Industry Authority’s (SIA) changes to the licensing system will come into force.  To date there still hasn’t been an announcement but with Parliament … » Read more…

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