2020 Annual Auto Fraud Report
Every January, Point Predictive’s Chief Fraud Strategy Officer, Frank McKenna, assembles his team to start the annual fraud report. They pore over our unique lender-contributed ...
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Mortgage Fraud Could Be On The Rise.. Again!
The risk of mortgage fraud tends to ebb and flow based on the economy, the real estate market, interest rates and changes in technology that ...
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10 Ways the Consortium Gives You Fraud Risk Insights That You Won’t Find on Any Public Records
Point Predictive is the only data science company to host a world-class fraud risk consortium. By gaining access to numerous insights that your team would ...
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Synthetic Identity Fraud is Attacking Credit Unions
Synthetic identity fraud involves manufacturing an identity using a mix of both real and fake information in order to obtain fraudulent loans and accounts. Over ...
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10 Cars Models for which Fraudulent Auto Loan Applications are Most Likely
Not even a global pandemic deterred fraudsters from seeking to exploit and capitalize on a distracted workforce and weakened economy.  The team of fraud analysts ...
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5 Ways Fraud is Contributing to Historically High FICO Scores
This week, FICO announced that the national average credit score has hit an all-time high of 706 –  significantly above the average credit score of ...
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Point Predictive is honored to be recognized among Auto Remarketing Magazine’s 2019 Power 300!
The Power 300 are the most powerful companies in the pre-owned auto industry, and are considered the major players in the used-car and remarketing worlds. ...
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30 Powerful Leaders in Business
View our feature in Insights Success – An annual listing of 30 powerful leaders in business, who create, disrupt,  and offer remarkably reliable scalable, and ...
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As Income Risk Rises, Income Validation Alert Targets the Problem
The mortgage market is improving. More borrowers are seeking loans as interest rates decline and taking advantage of market timing. While that is good news, income-related ...
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