With Fraud Filter mechants can design their own fraud system.
The Fraud Filter has a build in parameter based system that analyses all payments through QuickPay, and scores the payment with a value between 0 and 100.
If a payment is marked as “Possible fraud” it does not necessarily mean that it is fraud, and a payment that is not marked cannot be seen as “Safe”. As a merchant you must always assess and examine payments that for some reason may seem suspicious.
Please note that a payment may be affected by rules from an acquirer. We will look at them at the end of the article.
- Fraud Filter setup
- Acquirer specific rules
Fraud Filter setup
Under Settings > Fraud Filter it is possible to view your current rules, and setup new ones.
All merchants are created with a default rule, that marks payments with a ‘fraud score’ above 50 with a flag.
It is possible to filter payments by the following rules
It is possible to combine rules together and choose if one or all rules must be triggered. See more under examples
If your payment gets caught by a rule, it is possible to take the following actions on the payment:
Mark as possible fraud: Payments will be marked with a “possible fraud”-flag in our system, and can now manually be assessed.
Force 3-D Secure: The payment will automatically be forced through 3-D Secure
Block payment: The payment is blocked
It is also possible to set action to “Nothing”, in case you wish to disable the rule for a period of time.
All payments through QuickPay are analysed by a system, that looks at different parameters and then gives them a fraud score between 0 and 100.
Per default all payments with a score above 50 are marked as possbile fraud.
Amount - both on the transaction and the total amount on the card from the last 24 hours
Amount of transactions on the card or IP within a period
Issuer country and cardholder country
In addition to the above, the transaction is compared to previous transactions that have been confirmed as fraud by other merchants.
Please note that all payments above 300 EUR, automatically will get a fraud score of 100.
Amount on the payment. Specified in EUR.
The country that the card has been issued in.
Request IP Country
The country where the card is used.
In the following section you can see some examples of rules.
Payments from outside Denmark, Sweden and Norway with an amount above 1000 DKK requires 3-D Secure
Payments where card is not issued or used in Denmark are blocked
Acquirer specific rules
Payments through Nets that get a fraud score above 50 are automatically escalated to 3-D Secure.
Secured By Nets
If Secured By Nets is activated on your account, all Dankort payments will automatically pass through Secured By Nets.
Nets assesses the payment to see if cardholder must use 2-factor-authentication to complete the payment.
Clearhaus account rules
All agreements from Clearhaus have certain rules that determines how the agreement can be used.
These rules can be found under Settings > Acquirers > Clearhaus, once you have input your Clearhaus API Key.
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