Over time, career frauds have migrated to committing corporate identity frauds (impersonating businesses and defrauding institutions and individuals alike using a bona-fide business’ credentials) owing to the fact that corporate frauds are easier and more lucrative when it comes to payoffs.
Businesses, financial institutions and consumers alike. Businesses end up incurring unjust expenses done on their behalf by frauds or paying for products and services that will never get delivered. Financial institutions get exploited when frauds use the Business’ credentials for credit fraud, and innocent unsuspected clients get duped by unauthorized solicitation and false invoices.
The key lies in the details; a con-man can fake the signatures at the end of an email and even use similar domains by making minor changes in the domain name which look similar to the genuine thing and can be easily misread. However, upon paying more attention, you’d see the email addresses will not match up with thomsondata.com . Be vigilant and don’t ignore these signs.
We have very stringent policies for protecting the interests of our valued clients. To ensure compliance, all our solutions are provided by our in-house teams and divisions with no out-sourcing whatsoever. As for the correspondence, trust only the communication coming directly from our end. No Thomson Data employee will contact you or conduct business through personal or alternate email accounts.
The same way all our processes are executed and operated internally, all transactions are handled exclusively by our dedicated accounts management team. Always make sure the bank account and/or wire payment details on the Purchase Orders (or work orders) and/or Invoices are directed to Thomson Data accounts and no one else! We never involve third parties (except the bona-fide banks) for any business transactions.