OUR TELEKOM SELECTS XINTEC’S FMSEVOLUTION FOR FRAUD MONITORING

10th July 2014  Solomon Telekom Company Limited today signed a service agreement with XINTEC to provide fraud monitoring services throughout the Solomon Islands. Solomon Telekom Company Limited (Our Telekom) is the largest telecommunications network on the Solomon Islands, with services covering the areas of mobile, fixed line, Internet and television. Our Telekom selected XINTEC both […]

NRTRDE: WHERE WE ARE IN 2013

27th February 2013 Over 4 years has now passed since the 1 October 2008 date when all GSM operators were expected to implement NRTRDE and reduce the deadline for shifting the roaming fraud loss liability from the HPMN to the VPMN (down to 4 hours). Regrettably there are still many operators who are not NRTRDE […]

IRSF FRAUD STORY

PBX Services Limited* (PSL) has been operating for a number of years providing PBX services to small to medium businesses. They are a small business but have been reasonably successful in providing their services to an established group of customers. PSL Management are aware of the fraud risks associated with PBX’s, however have never been a victim […]

FMSEVOLUTION: SCALABLE TECHNOLOGY FOR HIGH-GROWTH MARKETS

Vodafone Qatar, the Gulf Emirate’s newest communications company implements XINTEC’s FMSevolution Fraud Management System as the first step in their strategy to partner with XINTEC to deploy their innovative revenue optimization tools. “The choice for FMSevolution was clear for several reasons, not least that we get all the functionality we need from a fraud management system without […]

FMS EVOLUTION: PROTECTION FROM IRSF AND ROAMING FRAUD

Telecom Cook Islands uses XINTEC FMSevolution as a cost effective solution to manage their fraud and revenue risk. “FMSevolution enables us to respond quickly to potential fraud alerts, protecting our revenue stream. This means we can safely expand our products and services to benefit customers.” – Jules Maher, CEO, TCI The Challenge Telecom Cook Islands Ltd (TCI) are the sole […]

FMS EVOLUTION, A COST EFFECTIVE SMS ANTI-SPAM SOLUTION

Virgin Mobile (France) chooses XINTEC to implement a solution to detect and prevent any irregular or fraudulent activity that could potentially result in a loss of service quality or financial losses to the company. “Having immediate visibility of our customer data to rapidly identify and eliminate any fraudulent usage in near-real time is essential to […]

EURO-INFORMATION TELECOM SELECTS THE XINTEC FRAUD DETECTION SOLUTION

19th May 2015  XINTEC, a global supplier of Fraud Management and Revenue Assurance solutions to the telecommunications industry, today announced that its FMSevolution™ fraud protection solution will be deployed by Euro-Information Telecom (EI Telecom). Euro-Information Telecom is the largest Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) in France, with over 1.4 Million customers, and is the parent company of […]

DIABOLOCOM SELECTS XINTEC’S FRAUDSTRIKE SOLUTION TO PREVENT IRSF

13th September 2018  Diabolocom have announced that it has signed a multi-year deal with XINTEC for its FraudStrike tool to monitor for suspicious international outbound calling activity, including International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF), across its network. Diabolocom, who provide customer interaction management solutions across all contact channels, will benefit from XINTEC’s leading edge fraud detection […]

A FRIGHTENING STORY ABOUT WANGIRI FRAUD

Operator-X is an operator in Asia who provides services to both Post-pay and Pre-pay customers, predominantly Pre-pay. During the previous 9 months, constant complaints have been received from Pre-Pay customers that their credit balances have been reduced to $0 following the return of 1 missed call, or by responding to a number sent to them via […]

A FRIGHTENING INSIGHT INTO INTERNATIONAL REVENUE SHARE FRAUD

International Revenue Share Fraud (IRSF) has been responsible for hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of fraud losses to the telecommunications industry over many years. Despite a lot of work by Carriers and supporting organisations over the past 8 or 9 years, the problem remains, and is likely to remain for at least a few more years […]