Synthetic Identities: Part Three, A Fraud vs. Credit Risk Perspective

October 2, 2018 Kevin King

Our previous posts examined the different types of synthetic identity fraud, including manipulated and manufactured, which vary in construction, intent and degree of financial harm. Part three of our series examines how the diversity in synthetic identity behavior impacts …

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