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When Is a Real-Time Payment Not a Real-Time Payment?

White Paper Published By: FICO EMEA
Published:  Aug 28, 2019
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

There is a proliferation of payment methods that provide people with faster ways to make and receive payments but they are not all the same. Understanding the differences and unique characteristics of different 'fast' payment types is vital to those who need to develop and service payments fraud strategy.

Download our executive brief to understand:

  • The differences between real-time payment schemes, e-wallets and person to person payments
  • The implications on fraud from the fast transfer of money
  • Where to start building your real-time payments fraud strategy

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real-time payment, p2p payment