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Fraud Hotlines for Banks Importance of Anonymity Sarbanes Oxley 301 What the FDIC says Request Info
Fraud Hotlines for Banks Importance of Anonymity Sarbanes-Oxley 301 What the FDIC says Request Info

The Banking Industry needs an anti-fraud hotline system that is geared towards banks. In today's age of technology and information, financial institutions still struggle to gain honest, uncensored employee feedback.



From employee concerns to high-level internal fraud, banks need an anonymous hotline so employees and partners can report incidents effectively and safely.

Whether you’re looking for a whistle-blower hotline or a comprehensive feedback system, AntiFraudHotline provides anonymous reporting tools for banks to fulfill Sarbanes-Oxley 301 requirements and lessen the risk of financial fraud.
Many frauds are never detected

AntiFraudHotline helps banks of all sizes guard against fraud, harassment, policy violation, theft and other ethical issues in the workplace, resulting in improved security and Sarbanes-Oxley 301 compliance while enabling open lines of communication between employees, customers, upper management and the organization.

AntiFraudHotline was founded in response to the market’s need for innovative tools that could proactively combat the continuing barriers of communication within organizations. From a simple online suggestion box to a state-of-the-art web and phone-based anti-fraud feedback system, AntiFraudHotline's feedback solutions geared toward your bank will help you see what you’re not hearing from your employees, customers, and vendors.

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