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On July 23, 2012, the U. S. Community Trust Bank reported that fraudsters, posing as representatives of the bank, were sending out "gift-card scam" phishing emails. The scam offered a "free" $1,000 gift card to potential victims. They were instructed to go to a website and provide an address and other personally identifiable information (PII) to claim the gift card.
Case study of gift card fraud
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a constantly evolving technology, and some fraud examiners may not be sure how to harness it to detect and prevent fraud. In this video, John Hurlimann, CFE, Global Intelligence, Event & Executive Security Manager at Intel Corporation, describes how fraud examiners can use AI to bolster their investigations.
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