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Why WireSecure

Impersonator Fraud is the #1 Fraud type by Victim Loss ... yet goes undetected

Traditional defenses protect your organization and employees. Impersonator fraud occurs when your trusted counter-parties have been compromised.

The Problem

In the US alone, billions of dollars of fraudulent losses have been incurred by participants in M&A and real estate transactions, customers of financial institutions, investors, and other high value targets.

  • $1.8BReported losses in 2020 due to business email compromise Source: FBI
  • Business Email Compromise (BEC) is the highest crime type by victim loss Source: FBI
  • $800kThe average Capital Call scam in private markets Source: Agari

WireSecure is here to change that with a method of exchange and communication that is easier, more secure, and more efficient.

WireSecure seamlessly fits into your workflow and systematically enhances your best practices to verify the identity behind any high risk financial transaction or sensitive correspondence

WireSecure provides an expert workflow integrated with best of class Identity and Financial Account validation technologies.

How It Works

Behind WireSecure's technology team is a team of financial and identity experts, along with engineers who are here to help and answer questions when needed.

The leadership team combines decades of complementary skills and experience in business and technology.

Meet the Team

We understand impersonator fraud and understand how your staff works including the traditional callback verification. WireSecure, replaces the manual practices with the highest standards of verification in seconds.

WireSecure easily integrates with core systems and common applications like Excel and email, eliminating the need for onboarding and additional training. Established workflows only become more efficient, as manual tasks like obtaining, validating and transcribing account information and generating wire instructions become automated.

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