Card not present (CNP) fraud is when an invididual or bad actor fraudulently uses a payment card online, over the phone, or in any way where the card is not physically presented to the merchant
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) is a state statute intended to enhance the privacy rights and consumer production for residents of California.
A provision of the Patriot Act that requires U.S. financial institutions to verify the identity of individuals wishing to conduct financial transactions with them through the use of a customer identification program (CIP) or identity verification service. CIP is often interchangeable with KYC (know your customer).
Customer Due Diligence (CDD) is a rule enforced by the U.S. Department of Treasury that requires identity verification for any individuals who own and control a company, when said company opens account with a financial institution.
Customer onboarding is the process in which a user becomes a client of a bank or financial instituion and involves identity verification through a customer identification program (CIP).
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