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Bank Account Fraud Kimberly Sidden, Vice President Government Banking, UMB Bank Bank Account Fraud Kimberly Sidden, Vice President Government Banking, UMB Bank

Bank Account Fraud l Fraud: Intentional misrepresentation or concealment of information in order to Bank Account Fraud l Fraud: Intentional misrepresentation or concealment of information in order to deceive or mislead. l Use of false identity and/or information to gain access to $$$.

Payment System Fraud l Check Fraud l $1. 2 million in fraudulent checks enter Payment System Fraud l Check Fraud l $1. 2 million in fraudulent checks enter the payment system everyday l Annual check fraud losses according to the Nielson Report: l $20 billion in 2003 l $12 billion in 1996 l $5 billion in 1993

Payment System Fraud l The American Bankers Association reports fraud losses are increasing 25% Payment System Fraud l The American Bankers Association reports fraud losses are increasing 25% per year l Recent Uniform Commercial Code changes now have banks and their customers sharing responsibility for losses

Bank Account Fraud l Attempted check fraud was $4. 3 billion in 2001. Actual Bank Account Fraud l Attempted check fraud was $4. 3 billion in 2001. Actual losses totaled $698 million. l The number of incidents increased but the average loss per case has decreased. Statistics from 2001 ABA survey

Types of Fraud l Check l ACH l Accounting Types of Fraud l Check l ACH l Accounting

Check Fraud l Types • • of Check Fraud Counterfeit checks Altered checks Unauthorized Check Fraud l Types • • of Check Fraud Counterfeit checks Altered checks Unauthorized drafts Stolen checks

Fighting Check Fraud l Internal Controls l Account Reconciliation l Positive Pay l Paper Fighting Check Fraud l Internal Controls l Account Reconciliation l Positive Pay l Paper Debit Block

Internal Controls l Review account activity daily l Reconcile accounts monthly l Implement dual Internal Controls l Review account activity daily l Reconcile accounts monthly l Implement dual controls l Destroy checks/deposit slips

Account Reconciliation l Partial • • Recon Capture debit transactions posting to account Transactions Account Reconciliation l Partial • • Recon Capture debit transactions posting to account Transactions consolidated and reported daily, weekly, or monthly

Account Reconciliation (cont. ) l Full • • • Recon Compare paid transactions to Account Reconciliation (cont. ) l Full • • • Recon Compare paid transactions to list of issued transactions provided by company Errors are researched and adjusted by the bank Paid and outstanding items are reported to the company

Positive Pay l Standard l Payee l Teller Line Positive Pay l Standard l Payee l Teller Line

Positive Pay - Standard l Checks presented for payment are compared to a file Positive Pay - Standard l Checks presented for payment are compared to a file of issued checks l Encoding and other errors are corrected l Suspect items are reported to company daily for payment decision l Invalid and fraudulent items are returned and credit is posted to the account

Positive Pay – Payee l This service works the same way as standard Positive Positive Pay – Payee l This service works the same way as standard Positive Pay except the payee information is also validated l Requires payee information to be included on check issue files l Also requires paying bank to capture payee information

Positive Pay – Teller Line l Highest % of check fraud occurs at the Positive Pay – Teller Line l Highest % of check fraud occurs at the teller line l When items are presented for payment the check information is compared to check issue files for validity l Valid items that are paid are entered as paid so duplicates will be rejected

Future Products l Secure Checks l 3 -D Barcoding l Biometrics Future Products l Secure Checks l 3 -D Barcoding l Biometrics

Paper Debit Block l For depository accounts only l Blocks all paper debits from Paper Debit Block l For depository accounts only l Blocks all paper debits from posting l Any attempted postings are reported to customer to raise awareness

ACH Fraud l Concerns • • • Unauthorized ACH transactions Anonymity of WEB and ACH Fraud l Concerns • • • Unauthorized ACH transactions Anonymity of WEB and TEL transactions Easier to access ACH network

Fighting ACH Fraud l Internal Controls l ACH Block l ACH Filter Fighting ACH Fraud l Internal Controls l ACH Block l ACH Filter

Internal Controls l Review account activity daily l Reconcile accounts monthly Internal Controls l Review account activity daily l Reconcile accounts monthly

ACH Block & Filter l Options • • • Post no ACH entries Post ACH Block & Filter l Options • • • Post no ACH entries Post only ACH credits Post only certain ACH debits and/or credit entries l Features • • Incoming transactions continuously monitored Unauthorized items automatically returned

Future Products l ACH Debit Review l ACH Positive Pay Future Products l ACH Debit Review l ACH Positive Pay

Conclusions l According to the ABA, Positive Pay is the most effective check fraud Conclusions l According to the ABA, Positive Pay is the most effective check fraud prevention method. l Identify potential fraud by reviewing accounts daily and reconciling statements monthly.

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