White paper – Comprehensive approach to deterring and preventing Invoice Redirection fraud (or Mandate Fraud)

Invoice Redirection fraud (or Mandate Fraud) occurs when your company receives a request to change a direct debit, standing order or bank transfer mandate, from someone purporting to be from another organisation to which regular payments are made, for example a business supplier. It generally takes place when a criminal impersonates your company and deceives the customer into making payment of the company’s genuine invoices to a fraudulent third party account instead.

In this white paper, learn more about our comprehensive approach to deterring and preventing Invoice Redirection fraud (or Mandate Fraud).

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