PJ Rohall

When Good Customers Turn to Fraud

By PJ Rohall / Apr 30, 2020

It seems pretty straightforward… there are people who don’t commit fraud – your good customers – and people who commit fraud – the ones you…

5 Considerations When Evaluating Fraud Solutions

By PJ Rohall / Apr 16, 2020

The fraud prevention ecosystem is chock-full of solution providers and it can be a bit dizzying navigating the different technologies, industries and use cases in…

The Rise in Scams: Learn The M.O.’s & Tips to Stay Safe!

By PJ Rohall / Apr 7, 2020

You have three kids, two dogs and a full-time job. You manage three different devices, multiple emails and too many social media accounts to track.…

How a Fraud Expert Fell for a Fraud Scam

By PJ Rohall / Nov 15, 2019

The below article was written by Coby Montoya, Director, Risk Strategy at Deep Labs. Coby does an amazing job detailing his personal experience with a…

The People's Champ: Fraud Fighting with Karisse Hendrick

By PJ Rohall / Mar 29, 2019

Karisse Hendrick is well known in fraud prevention circles. From “The Online FraudCast” to the CNP Expo to her personal consulting business, she has had…

Investigating Pink Collar Crime with Kelly Paxton

By PJ Rohall / Mar 14, 2019

For almost three decades, Kelly Paxton has made it her life’s work to fight fraud. As a certified fraud examiner (CFE), speaker, teacher and domain…

Aite Attracts Financial Fraud Fighters

By PJ Rohall / Oct 8, 2018

Aite’s Inaugural Financial Crime Forum kicked off in Charlotte a couple weeks ago. In attendance were representatives from some of the largest banks and credit…

Build vs. Buy – Final Four

By PJ Rohall / Mar 30, 2018

Preventing fraud is already challenging without adding the confusion of what to build in-house and what to purchase from vendors. There is no standard answer…

Provider & Fraud Knowledge – Square One

By PJ Rohall / Nov 21, 2017

It’s tempting to approach fraud management in the same manner I assemble my son’s toys. Start at step 7, jump to 15, let out a…