$8.8 Billion in Fraud Losses in 2022 and increasing every year.

Fraud is preventable!

Join Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Rob Manser as he discusses the financial and business impacts of different types of fraud like:

  • Fake Accounts
  • Delivery Fraud
  • Payment Fraud
  • Marketing and Promo Abuse

And learn how Customer Data Validation is essential in fighting fraud by verifying the accuracy of customer data, appending critical fraud-detecting details and providing actionable quality scores. Helping to automatically identify and prevent fraudulent accounts, improve the customer experience, and reduce costs.

The Power of Customer Data Validation
in Preventing Fraud
Wednesday, May 24, 2023 @ 11am PST

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Featured Presenter ​

Rob Manser, Senior Product Marketing Manager

Rob brings a passion for all things marketing. With over 25 years of omni-channel marketing experience and a deep understanding of how customer data quality impacts a business, he is uniquely positioned to discuss the impacts data quality can have on your business and bottom line.  

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