Customer Identification Programs in Prepaid: Best Practices
- Date:July 09, 2013
- Ben Jackson
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Customer identification programs are the first line of defense to prevent money laundering, fraud, and other criminal activity, but they can do more to help prepaid program managers. Program managers have the opportunity to use the identification process to manage costs and create a relationship with cardholders.
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