“Superficial” vs. “Inherent” Fraud Detection Rules

There are two types of rules, “superficial” rules and “inherent” rules. Superficial rules are easier to create and they are straightforward to understand, e.g., transactions happening at certain retailers. These rules may be good for a few weeks and their performance drop quickly. Inherent rules capture more time lasting ( and usually hidden and mutli-dimensional) patterns of fraud behaviors. To create them,we may have to use more sophisticated methods including predictive modeling. The PRM SQL statements for some of these inherent rules that we created have 5,000 characters. These rules work like magic and have very low false positives.

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