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Fraud Prevention Tools: Best When Used as Directed
• Posted Sep., 2013
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Fraud prevention, while not rocket science, does require both rigor and revisiting. As Milton Santiago, portal and treasury eCommerce executive at Bank of America Merrill Lynch explains, careful compliance with a comprehensive prevention checklist, coupled with thorough employee education (and regular updates to both these measures), will go a long way toward keeping your corporation from harm.
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