50 min

Gig Economy Scams Trust & Safety Mavericks

    • Technology

The gig economy is thriving. And while flexible work is a lifeline for most gig employees, a few bad actors are taking advantage of these disaggregated business models. Scams run the gambit, from policy abuse to outright financial fraud.
On this webinar, Andre Ferraz CEO at Incognia, Vishal Kapoor, Product Director at Shipt and Ronald Präetsch, CEO and co-founder at About-Fraud will discuss the policy abuses they are seeing, such as coupon and refund abuse, and how the use of behavioral data can be crucial to evaluating the trustworthiness of gig workers and customers. 
Webinar Takeaways. You’ll learn:
- The most prevalent scams challenging the gig economy today
- The difference between fraud and policy violations
- How to leverage location verification to prevent these challenges
Connect with Andre Ferraz on LinkedIn.
For more info on Incognia, go to incognia.com 

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The gig economy is thriving. And while flexible work is a lifeline for most gig employees, a few bad actors are taking advantage of these disaggregated business models. Scams run the gambit, from policy abuse to outright financial fraud.
On this webinar, Andre Ferraz CEO at Incognia, Vishal Kapoor, Product Director at Shipt and Ronald Präetsch, CEO and co-founder at About-Fraud will discuss the policy abuses they are seeing, such as coupon and refund abuse, and how the use of behavioral data can be crucial to evaluating the trustworthiness of gig workers and customers. 
Webinar Takeaways. You’ll learn:
- The most prevalent scams challenging the gig economy today
- The difference between fraud and policy violations
- How to leverage location verification to prevent these challenges
Connect with Andre Ferraz on LinkedIn.
For more info on Incognia, go to incognia.com 

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

50 min

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