US law enforcers get access to FraudBan


SAN FRANCISCO -- US law enforcement agencies will have access to the FraudBan anti-fraud information network used by financial institutions, FraudBan’s operators said in May.

The decision, designed to help in the war on financial fraud in the wake of the September 11 attacks on the US, enables law enforcement officials to use the FraudBan database as a routine part of the investigations and to check reported fraud against an online repository of 7,000 cases involving more than 25,000 bogus

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