Checks remain the primary target for fraudsters
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“We receive updated payment information for vendors on a regular basis. On more than one occasion when we call our contact at the company to confirm the updated payment details, the company has informed us that nothing has changed and the documentation we have received is fraudulent.”
Key Takeaways from the Payments Fraud and Control Survey
"The IT department is constantly sending phishing emails as tests, and we have on-going training."
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Business Email Compromise (BEC) continues to be popular among fraudsters
Controlling fraud is top-of-mind for business leaders, and they are actively implementing measures to contain payments fraud. Have they been successful in deterring the perpetrators of these attacks or do they need to do more?
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77% of organizations experienced fraud via Business Email Compromise in 2017. From CEOs to treasury analysts, anyone and everyone is a likely target.
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"Disbursement accounts are all set up with ACH debit filters/Positive Pay.
Non-disbursement accounts block all ACH Debits."
Checks were subject to more payments fraud than any other payment method, a staggering 74% of finance professionals report that their organizations’ check payments were exposed to fraud.
“AP received an e-mail from the owner requesting a payment transfer. The AP manager verified the request and found it to
be fraudulent. IT then traced the e-mail to
an IP address in Russia.”
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Though finance professionals are actively implementing controls to prevent payments fraud, 78% of organizations were still impacted in 2017.
Hear AFP’s Payments subject matter expert, Magnus Carlsson, share his insight on the
2018 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey.