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Speed I had just become the victim of credit card fraud. While sitting at my desk, I received an email alert from my bank — one of the largest in the United States — that my credit card had just been used in Iowa. I called the support number listed in the email, was quickly authenticated by the bank, and in less than five minutes, my card was closed, the fraudulent transactions reversed, and a new card was on its way.
Efficiency Chances are, you or someone you know has or will be a victim of credit card fraud. To combat this, companies are always improving their security.
For example, the advent of EMV, the smart chip on your card, has led to a decline in total losses in recent years, as it has become more difficult for some fraud acquisition techniques like card skimming.
The weakest link, of course. And today that is the call center. The place where customers are earned and lost. Financial institutions authenticating primarily through ANI — automatic number identification — were startlingly vulnerable to attacks carried out by phone spoofing, which remains a heavily relied upon technique for fraudsters.
Shoring up this vulnerability is a fine line for financial institutions to walk. Too little security and perpetrators of fraud can easily game the system.
The worst thing a bank can do is handle this poorly: You need a system that does this, and does it quickly, so a customer can get on with their day as quickly and efficiently as possible.
If someone has a terrible experience dealing with the counter-fraud measures of their banking institution — that can derail the entire relationship. Speed is a factor in situations like this, and with a solid authentication system in place, my bank and I can operate with trust and peace of mind that I am who I say and solve the problem at the speed I desire as the victim.
I want to get a person on the phone as quickly as possible. When a company can authenticate a caller quickly, they chop off the clunky knowledge based process at the beginning of the call and it allows them to green light calls like mine.
The primary benefits are twofold: Who knows what the damage of an additional 5, 10 or even 30 minutes means in terms of fraud — but we can stop the damage before it gets that far. When companies use efficient technology to put the customer experience first while simultaneously demonstrating a commitment to strong security measures, everyone comes out ahead.
Even though my account was compromised, even though there was fraud — I walked away with a positive feeling about the company, because of the efficiency of how my case was handled. With brand loyalty harder than ever to win, and fraudsters continuing to evolve the way they commit attacks, smart organizations will do well to bake fraud prevention into their CX.Frequently Asked Questions.
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