Bankers' Hotline, Volume 16, Number 7
by Genilee S. Parente, Contributing Editor
Random acts of vandalism against financial institutions have been replaced by purpose-based acts such as phishing.
Financial Institutions have long searched for a way to communicate information that would help deter criminal activity and fraudulent accounts. Five of the nation's banks and First Data Corporation have joined forces to reach that goal.
Yodlee launches Bill Pay with a Twist Card Payments.
In The News
- Fingerprint Recorded on Card
- Fingerprinting - Mexican Style
- Fingerprinting Reading - Saudi Arabia Style
- Online Authentication
- Contactless Card Size Shrinks
- Phishing Problems in England
- Assessing the Risk of Authentication
- Reverse Mortgages Hit New Levels
- Why HSAs Aren't Catching On
Forgery & Altered Documents…Part II
Dana Turner continues his training series on altered documents and how to check documents for authenticity.
The effectiveness of chip and PIN technology questioned by some countries while others have great success with these crime deterrants.
Banks and other financial firms join forces in a mission is to help people avoid foreclosure on their homes.
From the editor's desk
Are We Fighting a Losing Battle?
We have overworked security people doing nothing but fighting crime, and we're still losing billions of dollars every year to the crooks.
Many states are implementing or are in the process of implementing some form of credit freeze legislation that allows residents to put a freeze on their credit reports if they suspect they are victims of identity theft.
Questions & Answers
- Payment of Dated Checks
- Living Trusts and Check Titling
- Variations of Joint Accounts
- Liability of Bank on Altered Item
- Executive Editor:
- Barbara Hurst
- P. Kevin Smith, CPP
- Contributing Editor:
- Genilee S. Parente
- Board of Advisors:
- John S. Burnett
Peter G. Djinis, Esq.
Lucy H. Griffin
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.