Fraud and Chargeback Analyst
Payments | London, United Kingdom | Full Time
Reporting to the Payments Team Lead, the jobholder will ensure the efficient and effective monitoring and investigation of all cases of reported or suspected fraud impacting (or likely to impact) all forms of customer payment. The jobholder will also be responsible for ensuring all payment disputes and/or chargeback matters are dealt with in an effective and timely manner, and that all efforts are made to challenge potential loss and recover funds wherever possible.
- Minimize fraud loss and chargeback rates through the prevention, detection and investigation of fraudulent or suspected transactions and accounts.
- Investigate suspicious alerts received from any fraud monitoring applications, the Customer Service Team or other sources, and ensure all related records/documentation are maintained.
- Undertake proactive analysis of transactional and customer records, to link unidentified transactions and accounts to known or suspected fraudulent activity.
- Where available, utilize automated (or other) systems to verify customers and validate any documentation received for KYC purposes.
- Analyze all reported chargeback cases, to identify any new and emerging fraud trends.
- Respond in a timely and professional manner to all request for information, regarding disputes and chargebacks.
- Contest chargeback claims wherever possible and economically viable, and ensure claims for recoveries are actively pursued.
- Provide regular reports on fraud and chargeback levels to the Payments Team Lead, Operations Director and senior management.
- Ensure fraud and chargeback processes and procedures are documented and maintained.
- Proactively anticipate customer needs and identify their specific requirements.
- Engage with 3rd party providers of fraud detection services, to ensure operational requirements are effectively maintained and remain up-to-date with new, improved or alternate solutions.
- Ensure compliance to applicable regulations and statutory requirements
- Maintain a close working relationship with other Teams (such as Payments, Marketing, Customer Services and IT, etc).
- Remain up-to-date with any changes in card scheme requirements for chargeback processing.
- Prior experience of working in a fraud and chargeback function.
- Good organizational and communication skills.
- Meticulous, with a high level of attention to detail.
- Ability to meet deadlines.
- Ability to work well with others and be a team-player.
- Good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
Desired Skills & Experience
- Good knowledge of card scheme chargeback rules and requirements.
- Industry experience in financial services, banking or e-commerce.
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