The Alert Network is a centralized fraud reporting service for financial
institutions, businesses and fraud prevention experts. This collaborated
effort provides an emerging fraud early warning service for participating
members as well as the millions of consumers who are their customers and
How does the Alert Network work?
The Alert Network has two features: A fraud reporting service and an alert
Fraud Reporting: When you become aware of a social engineering scam,
you post the details of that scam to the Alert Network. Our team of
experts then review the report for final approval and inclusion to the Alert
Broadcasting: Alerts are then broadcast so all financial
institutions, businesses and millions of consumers can learn quickly the
specific details and geographical location the emerging fraud.
Where do fraud alerts get broadcast?
Once a reported fraud alert has been reviewed and approved by our team or
experts, the fraud alert is simultaneously broadcast through social media
(Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn), email and added to the eFraud
Prevention database where alerts can be added directly to your web site.
Why was the Alert Network created?
Being prepared and aware of emerging fraud is the most effective way to avoid
fraud. In most cases, victims of fraud do not recover their losses. Here's why:
The Federal government only pursues the large fraud events.
Local government do not have the resources to follow-up on most types of
Most financial fraud or identity theft occurs across state borders and
in most cases the fraud originates through organized criminals in other
The Alert Network is operated by
eFraud Prevention, LLC.
As part of the global effort to combat fraud, eFraud Prevention? operates a
low-cost subscription-based awareness initiative for financial institutions.
The Alert Network was created because there is a vital need for better
communication amongst financial institutions and other business organizations.
there any costs involved? The Alert Network is a free service and
can be used by any business organization or financial institution. The
Alert Network gives financial institutions and businesses valuable content for
their employees, customers and members.
Since 2004, eFraud Prevention has been working hard to educate and prevent
fraud. The Alert Network is one of components in our efforts that needs to
be free of charge in order to be truly successful.
Is there a limit to the number of employees who can
join the Alert Network? No, your financial institution or business
organization can have multiple representatives join the Alert Network.
There is no limit to the number or managers and employees who can join.
How do I add the Alert Network to my website?
here to learn how to add Fraud Alerts to your web site.
How else can I use the Alert Network to educate
The Alert Network is one of the many fraud prevention services offered by eFraud
Prevention. Please visit us at
to learn more about our services.