An analysis of synthetic identities from a fraud and credit risk perspective

March 12, 2019 Carmel Maher

One of the most sophisticated synthetic identity fraud rings in U.S. history created 7,000 new identities, received 25,000 credit cards and amassed a $200 million bounty from banks between 2003 and 2013.¹ Credit card issuers aren’t the only ones caught …

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