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Tackling ID fraud

The cost of corporate ID fraud could be as high as 50m per year and Equifax is tackling the problem with its newly introduced anti-fraud tools.

Working in partnership with the Metropolitan Police’s Stirling initiative, launched earlier this year, Equifax has introduced two services to protect businesses.

Stirling is the police initiative targeting criminals who profit from fraud and money laundering. It can offer Equifax customers information in their fight against corporate ID fraud.

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Neptune video: UK economy: a sustainable recovery?

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