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Consumer Identity Data Powers Risk Mitigation and Compliance
In 2018 alone, 14.4 million consumers fell victim to account takeovers and card-not-present scams (iii.org). Identity theft and fraud cases are on the rise, and they’re costing brands millions of dollars each year. But identity theft and fraud aren’t the only threats. In 2018, there were nearly 4,000 official Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) complaints filed (webrecon.com) — with fines ranging from $500 to $1,500 per violation.
The number of brands and consumers affected by identity theft and fraud is staggering. Now more than ever, fraud and risk and compliance professionals must work to protect their assets and customers that are being targeted.
One of the largest consumer databases
Infutor’s data contains Social Security Numbers (restricted), gender, date of birth, deceased date, aliases, historical address information, and effective dates for each address change. Add authoritative telephone network data, and you have an identity graph unmatched in the industry.
All individual records are linked by a Persistent ID, identifying a single individual over the course of many years, name changes, aliases, and address changes. The data is compiled from thousands of public and proprietary sources, all of which are non-GLBA and non-FCRA encumbered, making it one of the largest non-regulated consumer databases in the industry.