Defending against New Forms of Prepaid Card Crimes

  • When: September 21, 2016
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: All

The alleged use of prepaid cards by the Brussels airport bombers is the latest grim reminder that prepaid cards have become a go-to currency for financial crime, providing cover to crooks and offering liquidity that is often superior to cash. This webinar reveals the new frontiers of prepaid card fraud, its role in crimes like human trafficking, terrorist financing and money laundering, and outlines practical defenses for protecting your institution and customers from these costly scams that pose real reputational risks.

Learning Objectives

  • Examining regulatory guidance on prepaid cards to ensure institutional policies are current
  • Elevating customer authentication to strengthen monitoring and spot potential criminal activity
  • Developing oversight policies to secure card management platforms and generate prompt alerts

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Officers
  • IT Specialists
  • FIU Personnel
  • Law Enforcement


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  • Africa
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  • Bank
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TJack Williams
  • T. Jack Williams

  • President
  • Paymentcard Services, Inc.


Clay Roberts
  • Clay Roberts

  • Vice President, BSA/AML Strategy & SAR Control Officer
  • Western Union

John Tobon
  • John Tobon

  • Acting Special Agent in Charge
  • Homeland Security Investigations Honolulu