How do you know that the new member who just joined your credit union online isn’t really a fraudster? With 91% of financial institutions seeing growth in identity fraud since 2021*, knowing your member (KYC) in today’s digital world is an increasing challenge. Learn how your credit union can up its offense with stronger ID verification, move beyond traditional methods of ID verification, and better protect itself while keeping the digital member experience simple and streamlined.
Join us for our two-part Digital Identity Verification webinar series on February 15, and February 22, at 2:00 p.m. ET to learn more.
In the first webinar, “Fraud Prevention and Member Expectations: Managing Both at the Same Time,” Senior Member Engagement and Education Specialist Matt Murray and ID-Pal Chief Business Officer James O’Toole discuss the rising prevalence of identity fraud, how social engineering is making it easier for fraudsters, and how credit unions can fight back with digital identity verification during the onboarding process.
In the second webinar, “Seamless and Secure Digital Member Onboarding: A Credit Union’s Perspective,” Matt and James welcome Spirit of Alaska FCU Data and Business Analyst Colin Lease, who will demonstrate how implementing ID-Pal, a simple, secure and user-friendly solution, improved the identity verification process and enhanced the member experience at his credit union.
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* Source: Alloy’s State of Fraud Benchmark Report
Fraud Prevention and Member Expectations: Managing Both at the Same Time
Wednesday, February 15
2:00 p.m. ET
Seamless and Secure Digital Member Onboarding: A Credit Union’s Perspective
Wednesday, February 22
2:00 p.m. ET