AL FARDAN EXCHANGE L.L.C. LEVERAGES SECURE SOLUTIONS FROM FRAUD.NET TO ENHANCE ITS CUSTOMERS’ ONLINE SAFETY

Dubai, United Arab Emirates, March 23rd, 2022Al Fardan Exchange L.L.C., one of the UAE’s leading financial services providers, has recently announced a corporate partnership with Fraud.net in order to increase transaction security and account protection.

Fraud.net’s solutions protect against the risk of fraudulent transactions and offer real-time protection through an advanced technological verification process that confirms both the user’s identity and the order details of purchasing methods. Additionally, Fraud.net operates a leading AI-powered threat intelligence program that not only quickly identifies anomalies but auto-triggers security counter measures.

As the risk of online fraud continues to rise, Al Fardan Exchange is committed to increasing security measures to ensure its customers’ online safety and satisfaction. The agreement with Fraud.net solutions will not only increase the approval rate of online transactions but simultaneously protect customers and their hard-earned money, enabling Al Fardan Exchange L.L.C to operate more effectively and efficiently.

Hasan Fardan Al Fardan, CEO of Al Fardan Exchange said, “We are delighted to announce this partnership with Fraud.net as we are committed to providing our customers with the most secure services possible. At Al Fardan Exchange we are constantly looking for innovative ways to further enhance our customers’ experience and security. We believe this partnership will provide an extra level of reassurance to the many thousands of people that use our services every day”.

Commenting on the partnership, Whitney AndersonCEO and Co-founder of Fraud.net said, “Fraud.net is thrilled to join forces with Al Fardan Exchange. We’re honored to have been chosen to partner with this market leader in the Middle East to achieve its business milestone of digitizing their services.  We look forward to fostering a fruitful relationship for both of our organizations and Al Fardan’s clients.”