Merchant Acquisition & Monitoring
The concept of a “merchant” is experiencing a seismic shift. Consumers continue to decrease their reliance on cash and checks, and embrace electronic commerce and P2P money moving solutions. Businesses and individuals want to provide their customers the option to pay for goods and services with credit cards, debit cards and alternative payment products.
By enabling merchants to accept these forms of payment, merchant acquirers expose themselves to risk. From card association compliance risk and bankruptcy attrition to merchant fraud, the challenge for merchant acquirers is to identify the likelihood of any of these risks, and mitigate losses while increasing portfolio volume.
Zoot’s advanced solution provides you with the industry’s most comprehensive approach to acquiring and monitoring merchants. Our innovative solution is designed to intelligently detect patterns and anomalies, enabling merchant acquirers to be more sophisticated and efficient in their initial merchant vetting and ongoing monitoring.
From detection to prevention, Zoot’s merchant monitoring solution leverages proven technology to create and implement customized strategies that help reduce losses while enhancing the customer experience. Our technology is proven, ultra-reliable and designed with security and scalability in mind.
Our merchant solution helps your institution:
- Acquire and onboard new merchants.
- Predict the likelihood of fraud-targeted merchant activity, bankruptcy and risk of attrition among existing merchants.
- Measure merchants’ card association compliance across organizational and periodic views.
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Our goal with the G2 Compass Score is to help financial institutions grow faster and mitigate more risk upfront. The integration of the G2 Compass Score and Zoot’s world-class credit decisioning solutions accelerates these benefits significantly.
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