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Trulioo Callcredit Partnership AML KYC

Callcredit Partners with Trulioo to Power Global AML/KYC Identity Verification

Trulioo Callcredit Partnership AML KYC

Callcredit Information Group, an innovator in fraud protection and customer verification services, today announced a strategic partnership with Trulioo, the leading global identity verification provider specializing in anti-money laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) compliance.

The partTrulioo Callcredit Partnership AML KYCnership will combine complementary data and technology to deliver market-leading fraud prevention and AML/KYC identity verification solutions to the market. The agreement will expand and strengthen the Callcredit Fraud and Verification Suite with Trulioo’s electronic identity verification service.

With the ability to cover over 3 billion people in more than 40 countries, Trulioo’s online identity verification service, GlobalGateway, powers fraud and compliance systems for customers worldwide to help increase trust and safety online.

John Cannon, Solutions Director Fraud & ID at Callcredit Information Group, commented, “Callcredit is proud of its reputation for delivering innovation across multiple sectors. We have an increasing number of customers within our expanding client base who operate beyond the UK across multiple regions therefore it is essential that we are in a position to deliver international capabilities, particularly when it comes to identity verification. By partnering with Trulioo we are able to extend our existing marketing leading capability and are now able to offer our clients protection on both a domestic and international basis.”

Trulioo Callcredit Partnership AML KYC

“As the world transforms into one global marketplace, regulatory compliance requirements have become increasingly strict,” said Stephen Ufford, Founder and CEO of Trulioo. “Identity verification has become a vital part of every smart business’ operations, especially with the growing popularity of peer-to-peer marketplaces where both buyers and sellers taking part in the sharing economy want assurance that the person they’re dealing with is who they say they are. It’s no longer just a necessity for banks, financial institutions and payment providers, but for everyone transacting online.”

 

Disclaimer: Trulioo provides no warranty that the information contained in this document is accurate, up to date or complete and in no circumstance does such information constitute legal advice. Any person who intends to rely upon or use the information contained herein in any way is solely responsible for independently verifying the information and obtaining independent expert advice if required.

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