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Direct TPV Offers Services to Prevent Fraud Using Customer Service Resources

January 09, 2014

Business of any size cannot afford losses due to fraud, yet many businesses are the most common victims of crime and financial fraud. Presently, companies need to save themselves from threats like organized crime, including theft of your goods or your business identity, cross-border crime and road-freight crime. It is imperative that businesses should also ensure their assets are physically secured.

Direct TPV, a full-service, full-solution third party verification solution provider, helps businesses across the globe save time and money by preventing fraud. The company has started ‘Third party verification services’ that are available online. These verification services are both accurate and friendly.

Many small to large organizations can benefit from using Direct TPV's services, which can help with insurance open enrollments, provide support to alarm and utility companies and help with credit card processing.

Preventing fraud is important to Direct TPV. It is one of the company's main objectives. The company offers affordable prices and utilizes reliable hardware to ensure all third party verification requests are performed in the most comprehensive manner possible.

"We use our renowned customer service as the backbone for our company. Being efficient, accurate and kind allows us to gain our customer's trust and perform the required tasks when it comes to third party verification. Anyone can find work during a third party verification job. Anyone can hire a third party verification company. We're different because we provide customer service backed by a job well done," said a company representative from Direct TPV.

"Our company is competitive. We like to earn and maintain the business of companies seeking third party verification services. Our happiest customers are our best advocates." 

Hiring a third party verification company is less expensive and more appropriate for any business when it comes to being both assertive and polite.




Edited by Cassandra Tucker

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