EverC - Signals that Bad Actors are Infiltrating your Merchant Program
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable:

Signals that Bad Actors are Infiltrating Your Merchant Program

January 18th, 1 PM – 2 PM CT

Presented by

EverC

Here’s what we’ll discuss:

Bad actors set up merchant accounts to facilitate the flow of money to their criminal enterprises. Among the worst of these is human trafficking.

We believe cutting traffickers’ sources of funding is potentially game-changing if we can use technology to recognize the signals that they are infiltrating merchant programs.

In this session, we’ll share specific stories and examples of how criminals are leveraging online payment systems and what we all can do to make life harder for them.

We’ll cover these issues:

  1. How are criminals using the online payment system to their advantage?
  2. How payments companies make it easier without realizing it?
  3. What companies are doing to combat this misuse of their platforms?

Solution Expert

Ron Teicher
Founder, EverC
LinkedIn

This is an executive peer group meeting for 8-10 Risk & Compliance leaders. We use a conversational, story-telling approach that works best when everyone participates. This is NOT a webinar or any kind of one-way presentation.

Who should apply for an invitation:

Risk & Compliance leaders responsible for payments
You have buying authority for your company

Participation in the Virtual Roundtable is free of charge to qualified attendees. Once you’ve completed the registration, we’ll confirm your invitation and send you a calendar invite with a link to the meeting.

If you don’t qualify, we’ll suggest other learning events that may be a better fit for you.

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