You can get your hands on a fake ID for as little as $50 these days. R-rated movies, credit card payments, and, at some theaters, alcohol is now available - there are so many ways your theater can get hit by fraud. Is your theater protected?
Contributing to the $221 billion in losses worldwide, owners of movie theaters are subject to a wide variety of identification and payment related fraud due to fast–paced check–out counters, a transient customer base, a large quantity of low–dollar transactions and low levels of experienced cashiers. In an industry that is trying to recover from a tough economy, owners can act to protect hard–earned profits by implementing movie theater fraud prevention controls that have shown to be effective.
FraudFighter has proven movie theater fraud prevention solutions that address the issues head on facing movie theatre operations today. FraudFighter’s range of powerful long–wave Ultraviolet counterfeit detection scanners are simple–to–use devices that reduce the risk of movie theater fraud from happening in the first place by enabling each employee to quickly and accurately validate the authenticity of the “hidden” UV security features present in driver licenses and credit cards - as well as a host of other important documents, including currency, and traveler checks.
In addition to movie theater fraud prevention and financial transaction compliance issues, FraudFighter product solutions provide Human Resource departments with proven tools that contribute to reliable applicant screenings during the new hire process. For medium and enterprise operations that have high–level employee “churn” and are constantly involved in hiring new employees, FraudFighter empowers firms with rapid document authentication & identity validation solutions at optional levels of cost and accuracy.
See just how easily and quickly our identity authentication solutions can help you stop fraud.
FraudFighter’s advanced screening capabilities are critical in a broad applicant base hiring process, particularly as it relates to adhering to Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) employment eligibility verification requirements.