Publication Date: July 2023
The U.S Payments Forum Payments Fraud Working Committee is publishing an ongoing series of short summaries and primers on trending topics related to fraud in the industry. Synthetic ID is the third installment in this series and highlights fraud trends related to synthetic IDs as well as suggested ways to identify and mitigate this fraud. The first installment, on Data Integrity, is a members-only document and can be accessed here. Account Takeover is the second installment in the series and can be found here.
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