Do you need to protect your business against people who are not who they say they are?
Halo’s database of deceased individuals can help to protect your organisation against false account activity.
As the most widely relied upon deceased fraud prevention solution on the market it enables organisations to determine if applications for credit, or payments for products and services are fraudulent.
Halo addresses the business requirement for an effective and early deceased fraud alert and helps stop identity fraud in its tracks by verifying an applicant's details and deceased characteristics at the start of the process.
Halo helps business managers to make more informed decisions, promoting responsible lending and ongoing account management.
Halo contains the details of over 10 million deceased individuals in the UK. It spans over two decades and includes full name and residential address information, actual date of death and date of birth where available.
Around 10,000 new notifications are added to Halo each week, with most of these deaths having taken place in the previous two weeks. This means that deceased fraud can be identified at the earliest possible stage.
Compiled from high quality, fully verified and exclusive sources including UK probate, funeral directors, financial institutions, registrars and a National consumer notification service.
Widely recognised as a key element in helping identify fraudulent activity. Used throughout the private and public sectors by those responsible for vetting and approving the purchasing of products and services, managing customer relationships, or complying with relevant legislation.
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