Tagged: video banking

Eltropy Video Banking Helps InRoads Credit Union to Combat Fraudulent Activities

InRoads Credit Union, which claims to be a leader in innovative member experiences and an Eltropy customer, recently shared that by leveraging Eltropy‘s Video Banking solution, the Portland, Ore.-based credit union “achieved a 0% fraud rate, effectively safeguarding members and defeating fraudulent impersonations.” Kim Preston,… Read More

Fraud Prevention: Financial Institutions Combat Fraudulent Activities with Video Verify from Eltropy

Credit unions and community banks, facing a surge in sophisticated fraud along with the challenge of protecting their members’ personal information, are “taking proactive steps to combat this alarming trend.” As the financial industry grapples with increasing fraud threats, community financial institutions (CFIs) are “turning… Read More

Video Banking: Eltropy, the Digital Conversations Platform for Financial Institutions, Adds Fraud Prevention Capability

Eltropy, the digital conversations platform for community financial institutions, announced it has added new use cases – including fraud prevention – and new deployment models for its Video Banking technology, “enabling community banks and credit unions (CFIs) to offer branch-like experiences to their customers and… Read More

Eltropy Acquires Video Banking Platform POPi/o, Supporting Credit Unions with Digital Communications Tools

“Renowned” by credit unions for its digital communications capabilities, Eltropy recently  announced the acquisition of video banking service provider POPi/o. The acquisition strengthens Eltropy’s digital communications platform, and represents one of the fastest Fintech expansions in the industry, the company claims. Eltropy now empowers more… Read More

Video Banking Services are Becoming Popular, Following COVID-19 Outbreak and Newly Adopted Social Distancing Measures

Video banking has become increasingly popular during the past few years. It’s quite possible that it will be adopted by even more consumers, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, which has led to many people practicing social distancing. A recent report from research firm Retail… Read More

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