feedzai

feedzai

Artificial Intelligence

Founded: 2009
HQ: San Mateo / United States

Feedzai is AI. We’re coding the future of financial services and commerce with the most advanced risk management platform powered by big data and machine learning intelligence. Founded and developed by data scientists and aerospace engineers, Feedzai has one critical mission: make commerce safe. The world’s largest banks, payment providers and retailers use Feedzai’s machine learning technology to manage risks associated with banking and shopping.

Process Steps

  • Risk Engine
  • Data Provider
  • Manual Review Cockpit
  • Chargeback Handling
  • Callcenter Fraud
  • KYC/AML/ID Verification

Technology Coverage

  • Machine Learning
  • Device Fingerprinting
  • Behavioral Analytics
  • Chargeback Guarantee

Reference Customer

Top tier merchants, banks and payment providers and processors

More information available upon request

Integration

Information upon request

Fraud Solution Profile

Feedzai is AI. We’re coding the future of financial services and commerce with the most advanced risk management platform powered by big data and machine learning intelligence. Founded and developed by data scientists and aerospace engineers, Feedzai has one critical mission: make commerce safe. The world’s largest banks, payment providers and retailers use Feedzai’s machine learning technology to manage risks associated with banking and shopping, whether it’s in person, online or via mobile devices.

Feedzai’s Agile Machine Learning Platform protects over $3 billion in commerce daily.  Our fraud prevention platform is used across multiple fraud use cases including account opening, payment authorization, transaction scoring, merchant onboarding and loss prevention in the banking, ecommerce and payment provider verticals.

Feedzai is a US-based company and is funded by major venture capital investors including OAK HC/FT, Sapphire Ventures, Data Collective, and Citi Ventures.

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