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Fraud-Fighter 2.0: Looking for the Next Big Fraud Prevention Startup

One of the reasons we started About-Fraud was to make sense of the many different fraud solutions emerging in the market.

In that spirit, we’re delighted to launch our inaugural “Fraud Fighter 2.0” program. The program is designed to raise awareness for small, burgeoning Start-ups in the fraud prevention space. We want to drive visibility for some of the most interesting fraud solutions on the horizon.

About-Fraud is currently accepting applications from Fraud Prevention Start-ups that have been in the market for less than 2 years, with less than 30 employees. The initial application is a simple form explaining why the company, technology and solution should be considered.

The submissions deadline is August 31st, 2020.

Application Form: https://forms.gle/kkGHgdoBCpRMcKDc7

The next phase of the application process will include a brief 5 minute video about the company and solution. It will briefly and directly explain how the solution adds differentiating value and solves specific fraud challenges.

After all submissions are received, About-Fraud will short-list the solution providers to the top 5.

Next, we will open up voting to our Global Community of Fraud Fighters! The Community will select which solution they think is the stand out star.

We hope this drives value for all members of our community:

Emerging solution providers: Growing visibility and awareness around your fraud fighting technology. Also, should you claim the top spot, you will receive a complimentary About-Fraud Partnership Package.

All others in our community: Getting your voice heard on which emerging solution you like best + learning a bit more about the technology and solutions on the horizon.

We look forward to hearing from the bright and passionate Start-ups out there. We’ll keep everyone posted as things progress!

~ Your AF Team

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Darren McCarroll
Author: Darren McCarroll
Darren is an international student at the University of Richmond, working at About-Fraud as a Business Development Intern. He is also a US-UK Fulbright Scholar and has previously worked at The Economist, PwC, and Compass Group IE.