Payment Fraud Protection

Proactive fraud prevention, detection and continuous real-time monitoring

 

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Vendor Relationship Management

Simplify the onboarding of new vendors and automate ongoing data collection and validation

 

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Payee Compliance

Real-time, continuous payee compliance checks and alerts

 

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Are your EFT payments safe from fraud and errors?

Banks don’t match payee name to account numbers!

 EFTsure does!

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Internal Controls for the Digital Age

Enhance your existing controls, simplify procedures and increase efficiency

 

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EFTsure’s Crowd sourced, “Know Your Payee” database of independently verified payee information delivers unrivaled Best Practice capability to enhance your existing controls and ensure proactive protection of your company assets. Our solutions deliver continous real-time accurate information on supplier and employee compliance data and streamlines Vendor onboarding and ongoing management. Our Point of Payment Protection solution delivers real-time fraud and error alerts and is easy to use, delivering immediate benefits to your organisation.

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Best Practice "Know Your Payee" Solutions delivering real-time protection and efficiency.
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PAYMENT
PROTECTION

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PAYEE
COMPLIANCE

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VENDOR RELATIONSHIP
MANAGEMENT

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Utilising our comprehensive KYP crowd-sourced database supported by external data sources and independent verification procedures our best practice solutions reduce the risk of fraud and error.
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