Stay ahead of fraud through record high unemployment
With the staggering number of new claims and COVID-19’s long-term impact on the economy, unemployment agencies need secure, innovative, easy-to-use solutions to stay ahead of fraudsters without slowing down payments to citizens. Ensure your team safeguards the quick distribution of assistance to the appropriate claimants with a low-friction solution to verify large volumes of claimant identities.
Immediately identify potential fraudulent claimants
With CLEAR ID Confirm, teams can identify deceased or synthetic identities, as well as fictitious employers and businesses. Identify any risk associated with the subject you are investigating, such as deaths, redundant SSNs, OFAC listings, and businesses tied to the same FEIN.
Verify identity information received with CLEAR ID Confirm
Process large volumes of claimants with a customizable workflow to ensure a consistent process. Access the top credit agencies in the U.S., daily updated utility and phone files, corporate filing data, FEIN data, and much more. Prioritize results for additional review and keep your organization up to date.
Detect sophisticated fraud with an integrated solution
Implement Pondera, a Thomson Reuters company, for a comprehensive fraud detection solution to evaluate and identify sophisticated fraud structures. Improve your team’s productivity with a tool that identifies larger trends, patterns, and clusters of suspicious activity over time that lead to fraud. Pondera combines agency data with Thomson Reuters Clear data to deliver investigation-ready fraud leads.
Maximize your ROI through risk scores, alerts, powerful analytics and reporting capabilities, supported by a special investigations unit to help you with complex, collusive fraud schemes.
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