Confused.com Prevents Hundreds of Fraudulent Accounts with iovation

Device identification
Fraud
Management/mitigation
Law Enforcement
iovation, a TransUnion Company
Mar 14, 2020
Case Studies

Ghost brokers are generally defined as fraudsters who sell consumers fake or forged insurance policies. These policies may be from legitimate companies using falsified or bogus information, or the policy documents themselves may be fake but are designed to appear legitimate.

This case study looks at an insurance aggregator in the United Kingdom which used device identification to block ghost brokers from converting applications into policies. The aggregator also leveraged device intelligence to identify a ghost broker ring and partner with law enforcement to prosecute the ring, helping reduce liability and focus internal resources on other cases.

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