E-mail Compromise Fraud Schemes

Red Flags for BEC & EAC Scams

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E-mail compromise fraud schemes such as Business E-mail Compromise (BEC) are a growing problem for financial institutions. As criminals use e-mail compromise to exploit the high dollar value and international nature of wire transfers, institutions need enhanced monitoring to prevent serious loss, but transaction monitoring efforts often produce high volumes of false positive alerts, resulting in inefficient investigations, customer friction through call-backs, and ineffective fraud management.

Learn more about e-mail compromise fraud schemes, including the potential for loss, stages in their execution, and red flag indicators to help you identify these damaging financial crimes.

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  •   Business Email Compromise
  •   Cybercrime
  •   Fraud
  •   Fraud Scams
  •   Red Flags

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