The Computop Paygate payment platform offers you a wide range of different functions for preventing fraud. Our experts will work with you to analyse your sources of potential risk, so you benefit from our expertise and from tailor-made Computop solutions.
Computop's fraud prevention measures give you a range of modules that you can use to combat all of the key risks.
Knowing the country from which the credit card or transaction originates plays an important part in detecting any fraudulent intentions. As the merchant, you decide whether to reject payment from an undesired country straight away or to authorise it in the meantime while keeping up to date by email. The following options are available here:
Computop SecurePay allows you to carry out velocity checks. This means you can set transaction limits by defining time against parameters such as card number or IP address. A number of different options can be selected.
At Computop, we differentiate between blacklists created manually by the customer and SecurePay lists generated automatically by Paygate. The way these lists work is as follows:
What is more, Computop has access to commercial and police blacklists that contain blacklisted accounts and are updated daily, reducing the possibility of returned debit notes to a minimum.
Computop is connected arvato infoscore, Bürgel, CEG, creditreform, Deltavista and Schufa to run address and credit check on customers – whether individuals or companies – in several European countries.
Improve the security of your credit card payment processing in e-commerce. With the 3-D Secure protocol (Verfied by Visa, MasterCard SecureCode, American Express SafeKey) you can be certain that the purchaser really is the registered card holder of the credit card. In addition, with 3-D Secure, you benefit because liability for card misuse no longer lies with you but with the card-issuing institution ('liability shift'). Computop was also a partner in the pilot projects run by Visa and MasterCard, which paved the way for the 3-D Secure technology used today.