ProPay has announced a partnership with ThreatMetrix to provide advanced fraud prevention solutions to its customers.
Through this partnership, ProPay customers can have access to tools to help protect them against cybercriminals. The solution will help validate returning customers and prospects, while protecting a wide range of transactions, including account creation, login authentication, and payment authorization.
“We’re pleased to begin offering our customers more sophisticated fraud prevention and detection tools,” said Greg Pesci, President of ProPay. “The TSYS Guardian CyberShield, powered by ThreatMetrix, is just another example of our desire to provide a suite of payment solutions that allows our customers to focus on running their businesses while protecting against fraudsters.”
“While many businesses are challenged with determining whether or not an online transaction, account login or other activity is fraudulent, The Network provides TSYS Guardian CyberShield the capability to identify high-risk transactions in real time without disrupting the online experience of trusted customers,” said Bert Rankin, Chief Marketing Officer of ThreatMetrix. “We’re thrilled to partner with TSYS and ProPay to provide the most comprehensive fraud prevention solution on the market to a growing customer base.”
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