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1 Sage Pay Fraud Prevention Guide April 2014

2 Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction to fraud prevention What are the fraud prevention tools AVS/CV What is AVS/CV How it works Setting your rules Understanding the results Common questions Benefits D Secure What is 3D Secure How it works Setting your rules Understanding the results Common questions Benefits The 3 rd Man fraud screening What is the 3 rd Man fraud screening How it works What data is checked Understanding the results What to check High Risk Historical Information Common Questions Benefits ReD fraud screening What is ReD fraud screening How it works Setting your rules Understanding the results Common Questions Benefits 34 Page 2 of 34

3 1.0 Introduction to fraud prevention When processing any type of transaction you always need to be aware of the potential risks of fraud, and what you can do to prevent it. In this guide we will look at the tools that are available to you to help with reducing the risk of fraud that your business is exposed to. At Sage Pay we make processing transactions as safe as possible, however we cannot offer any guarantees against fraudulent activity. By using the tools outlined in this guide, you will be able to make your own payments safer and more secure when processing CNP (cardholder not present) transactions. Any transaction that is processed either over the phone, on a website, or by mail order is classified as a cardholder not present transaction. As the cardholder is not present when the transaction is being processed Sage Pay have a number of tools you can use to limit the risk of fraud for your business. 1.1 What are the fraud prevention tools Any account that is set-up with Sage Pay has the option to use a number of fraud prevention tools on their account as standard. Each of the tools that are available are in place to ensure you and your shoppers are as protected as possible when it comes to processing transactions. The tools that are available on your Sage Pay account are Address and Postcode verification CV2 (card security code) verification 3D Secure The 3 rd Man All of these tools are available on all accounts with Sage Pay and at no extra cost. If you are interested in finding out more about other fraud screening tools we offer give our team a call on and they will be happy to help. Page 3 of 34

4 2.0 AVS/CV2 The Address Verification Service (AVS) and Card Verification Value (CV2) use your customer s information to verify the card details used for the transaction. Introduced by the banking industry to help verify details of CNP transactions (Cardholder Not Present) which enables transactions where the cardholder is not AVS and CV2 checks can be carried out on all e-commerce and Mail Order Telephone Order transactions that are placed through your Sage Pay account. The aim of these checks is to provide you with additional information on each transaction that will help you reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions. As standard the AVS/CV2 fraud prevention checks are active on all new Sage Pay accounts. 2.1 What is AVS/CV2 AVS Address Verification Service AVS allows you to use the address and postcode numerical values to verify that the card used for the transaction is registered to the address details that have been provided. When a transaction is processed through Sage Pay both an address and postcode value is passed through from your website to Sage Pay. This information is used, and passed through to card issuing bank to be verified. The card issuing bank will only check the numerical values that have been provided with the transaction, the bank will not check any of the other characters provided in the address. Sage Pay will not pass any other characters aside from numbers for the address details in the authorisation request. AVS checks are available for all UK issued credit and debit cards. The checks are not carried out for overseas transactions. CV2 Card Verification Value The CV2 check allows you to use the additional 3 or 4 digit security key that is usually found on the signature strip on the reverse of the card. American Express cards have a 4 digit security key that is located on the front of the car just above the card number. The CV2 value can be checked on all cards that have been issued within the EU along with the majority of internationally issued cards. These details are used to verify with the card issuing bank that the 3 or 4 digit security code that is supplied matches the card details that have been entered for the transaction. Page 4 of 34

5 2.2 How it works When a transaction is processed through Sage Pay we require the basic information for each customer before we can proceed to the card details capture. This information includes Address Postcode Important - On the Sage Pay payment pages the cardholder is able to change the billing address details. If you would like to prevent this go to the settings section within your MySagePay. The customer is then able to enter in their card details depending on the integration that is being used with Sage Pay this will either be on your own website, or on one of the Sage Pay payment pages. Here we will capture Card Number Expiry Date CV2 Number This information is submitted to the bank for authorisation. Whilst the authorisation is being carried out the bank will also validate the address, postcode, and CV2 values. The bank will then pass the results of the authorisation request back to Sage Pay along with the results of the address, postcode, and CV2 checks. Each credit or debit card that is used for a transaction is registered to a Billing Address. The banks use the address and postcode details that have been provided to verify that the card being used for the transaction is registered to the address information that has been given. These results are then passed back to your website and displayed to you in your MySagePay Administrative Panel. Page 5 of 34

6 2.3 Setting your rules Alongside the AVS/CV2 checks being carried out on your transactions you are able to apply rules to your account that will either allow, or prevent transactions from processing depending on the results of the checks. In your MySagePay account you are able to set-up rules to your account that will be applied to all transactions processed. These rules enable you to define your own restrictions, for multiple price ranges without having to individually review each transaction you have received. To add a rule to your Sage Pay account you will first need to log in to your MySagePay admin panel as an administrative user, you can do this by going to either the Test or Live MySagePay login page :- Test : Live : Note : Each rule will need to be added to Test and Live individually. The rules you add to your account DO NOT transfer from Test to Live, or from Live to Test. You can find out how to log into our MySagePay account on our website After logging into MySagePay select Settings followed by AVS/CV2. This will open the AVS/CV2 management page within MySagePay. Page 6 of 34

7 Here you will be able to add the rules to your account. To add a rule select the Add Rule button and you will be presented with a pop-up where you can define the parameters of your rule. Add a start price and end price and select the restrictions you would like to apply and select For more information on rule bases, and what options are available have a look at our website Page 7 of 34

8 2.4 Understanding your results Once a transaction has been processed the results of the AVS/CV2 fraud prevention checks are passed back through to your website. The results are also displayed within MySagePay where you are also able to check these details. Result sent back through to your website When any e-commerce transaction is processed, Sage Pay send the results through to your site. These results are sent in multiple fields AVSCV2 AddressResult PostcodeResult CV2Result Each of these fields will include a result that can be stored by your site and used to manage your transactions. Results in MySagePay Along with sending the results to your site the details are also displayed to you within your MySagePay. Each transaction will display the Address Result Postcode Result CV2 Result When the results are displayed in MySagePay all 3 will be displayed individually. There will be a result for Address, Postcode, and CV2 all displayed. There are 4 possible results that can be returned for each of the checks These fields will be displayed in your MySagePay as columns in the transaction list titled CV2, Add (Address), PC (Postcode). Page 8 of 34

9 2.5 Common Questions Does AVS/CV2 impact the authorisation process - The AVS/CV2 fraud prevention checks do not have any impact on the authorisation process. Once authorisation has been granted on a transaction the funds will be shadowed from the account in preparation to be transferred into your bank account. If the transaction is then rejected based on the rules you have in place then the authorisation will still be in place, and so will the shadow. To find out more about shadows you can check our website I have AVS/CV2 turned on in MySagePay but the checks are not being carried out If you have AVS/CV2 turned on in your MySagePay account but the checks are not being carried out you will need to check the details of the transaction registration post that is made to Sage Pay. When any e-commerce transaction is processed through Sage Pay your website will send us a post with all of the transactional information. Included in this post is a field ApplyAVSCV2= which contains a numerical value. Each value refers to a specific rule that will overwrite anything you have set in your MySagePay. Those values are 0 = If AVS/CV2 enabled then check them. If rules apply, use rules. (default) 1 = Force AVS/CV2 checks even if not enabled for the account. If rules apply, use rules. 2 = Force NO AVS/CV2 checks even if enabled on account. 3 = Force AVS/CV2 checks even if not enabled for the account but DON T apply any rules. If you would like your website to only carry out AVS/CV2 checks based on the rules you have in your MySagePay admin panel you must ensure that the ApplyAVS/CV2=0. Who checks the AVS/CV2 Sage Pay do not carry out the actual AVS/CV2 fraud prevention checks. This information is captured from your shopper by Sage Pay but is passed through to the banks at the authorisation stage for the details to be checked. Page 9 of 34

10 Can I have more than one AVS/CV2 fraud prevention rule on my account Yes you can. There are no restrictions to the amount of rules that you can have on your account at any one time. Is there a cost for using AVS/CV2 The AVS/CV2 fraud prevention tool is a free addition to your Sage Pay account that does not cost you to use. How long does it take for the results to come back As soon as the transaction has been sent to the bank for authorisation the AVS/CV2 checks will be carried out by the banks. Once the authorisation response has been received by Sage Pay we will display the AVS/CV2 results to you within your MySagePay admin panel, and return the results to your website in the transaction response post. Why do I get no results for certain transactions Unfortunately Sage Pay are not able to obtain Address and Postcode results for all international transactions that are processed through our systems. As Sage Pay are a UK Payment Gateway we cannot always obtain, and return results for transactions that are processed using cards, addresses, and postcodes that are outside of the UK. Addresses from the Republic of Ireland do not have postcodes, how do I process transactions All addresses from the Republic of Ireland are not issued with postcodes, because of this Sage Pay are unable to check the details with the bank, and apply the address and postcode checks to a transaction from this country. When processing a transaction through your Sage Pay account with an address from the Republic of Ireland you are NOT required to enter a postcode in order for the transaction to be processed. The Sage Pay system is aware that postcodes are not issued in the Republic of Ireland and will not ask you to enter one. Page 10 of 34

11 If you are using an older protocol version to process your transactions you will be required to enter a value into the postcode field for transactions with addresses in the Republic of Ireland. We advise entering 000 into the field for the transaction to be processed. 2.6 Benefits There are a number of benefits to using the AVS/CV2 fraud prevention tools on your Sage Pay account. Real time fraud analysis. Address, Postcode, and Security Key verification. Add rules and restrictions to your account limiting the risk of fraud. Free of charge there is no cost to use the AVS/CV2 fraud prevention tools. When using the AVS/CV2 fraud prevention checks you give your business a better chance of preventing fraudulent transactions being processed through your account. You can use the checks that are available to manage your own transactions, and ensure that transactions are processed only when they have met the criteria you have set for your business. Page 11 of 34

12 3.0 3D Secure 3D Secure is otherwise known as Verified by Visa, MasterCard Secure Code, or American Express Safekey and is an additional fraud prevention tool that is available on your Sage Pay account. 3D Secure requires a shopper to have registered their card as part of the scheme to add another layer of protection to your account when transactions are processed. 3.1 What is 3D Secure 3D Secure is an online version of password protection that is only available on e-commerce transactions. When a shopper processes a transaction through an account with 3D Secure active they are required to enter their password in order for the details to validated against the card they are using for the transaction. There are 3 card issuers that currently support 3D Secure when transactions are being processed Verified by Visa Supports all Visa cards as part of the 3D Secure scheme such as, Visa Credit, Debit, Delta, Electron. MasterCard Secure Code Supports all MasterCard issued cards such as, MasterCard Credit, Debit, UK Maestro, and International Maestro cards. American Express SafeKey Supports American Express issued cards through the scheme. If a shopper has any of the above issued cards they will be able to register their card with 3D Secure and assign a password to be used when they process a transaction. Page 12 of 34

13 3.2 How it works When an e-commerce transaction is processed through a website using Sage Pay 3D Secure is available to use on the payment. 3D Secure is a 4 step process that is checks that the card is registered with the scheme and prompts the customer to enter a password in order for the transaction to be verified. The 4 steps are broken down into 1. Verification Request - A request will be sent from Sage Pay through to the card issuer to validate the card is part of the 3D Secure scheme. 2. Verification Response - A response will be sent back through to Sage Pay validating the card is part of the 3D Secure scheme, including the link for the password page the customer will be transferred through to. 3. Password Request - The shopper will be transferred through to a page where they are able to enter the password assigned to their card. 4. Password Response - The password will be checked to ensure it is valid for the card that is being used and the results of 3D Secure will be passed back through to your website and the results displayed within the MySagePay administrative panel. Once a customer has selected the items they want to purchase a transaction registration is sent from your website through to Sage Pay for the payment process to begin. After this has been received by Sage Pay and 3D Secure is active a request will be sent through to the card issuer VISA, MasterCard, or American Express to validate that the card is registered as part of the 3D Secure scheme. Confirmation that the card is part of the scheme will be returned back through to Sage Pay along with the ACSURL. The ACSURL is a link to a page that the shopper will be transferred through to so they can enter the password that is assigned to the card. The customer will enter the password which will then be validated and the results returned through to Sage Pay. Sage Pay will then return the results of 3D Secure to the website and present them in the MySagePay Admin Panel. 3D Secure integration is controlled and hosted by Sage Pay if you are using either the Form or Server method of integration. For Direct integration 3D Secure will be hosted on your website however the process will remain the same. You will need to manage the integration for 3D Secure with Direct yourself. Details of this integration can be found in the Direct protocol guide on our website. Page 13 of 34

14 3.3 Setting your rules 3D Secure also offers you the ability to add rules to your Sage Pay account that will accept or reject transactions based on the results of the 3D Secure checks. The rules that are added to the account allow you to define your own restrictions across multiple price ranges without having to individually review each transaction. To add rules to your account you will first need to log into either Test or Live MySagePay as an administrative user. Test : Live : All rules that have been added to the account will be applied to all transactions that are processed. Note : Each rule will need to be added to Test and Live individually. Any rules added to the account DO NOT transfer from Test to Live, or from Live to Test. More information on logging into MySagePay can be found on our website Once logged into MySagePay select Settings followed by 3D Secure. This will open the 3D Secure management page within MySagePay. Once on the 3D Secure management page you are able to add rules to your account. To add a rule select the Add Rule button and you will be presented with a pop-up where you can define the parameters of your rule. Page 14 of 34

15 Add a start price and end price and select the restrictions to apply. More information on rule bases can be found on our website Page 15 of 34

16 3.4 Understanding your results Once a transaction has been processed the results of the 3D Secure fraud prevention checks are passed back through to your website. Along with the results being passed back through to a vendors website they will also be displayed within MySagePay. Each transaction that is processed with the 3D Secure fraud prevention checks will have individual results available. There are a number of possible 3D Secure results that will be sent back through to your site and displayed within MySagePay. All of the above information will be returned directly to your website in a post along with the status of the transaction. The results will also be displayed in your MySagePay administrative panel as a shield in the 3D column. Page 16 of 34

17 3.5 Common Questions Does 3D Secure impact the authorisation process 3D Secure does not have a direct impact on the authorisation process. When a transaction is processed using the Sage Pay gateway it is sent for 3D Secure before it is sent for authorisation. If a transaction is rejected based on the 3D Secure rules that are in place then the transaction will not be sent for authorisation. How is 3D Secure added to an account When an account is set up with Sage Pay and the merchant account information has been received a request will be sent from Sage Pay to the bank for 3D Secure to be set up. This can take up to 15 working days to be confirmed by the bank. If you are a Barclays merchant services customer you will need to contact the bank directly for 3D Secure to be set-up. The details will then need to be passed directly to Sage Pay. For American Express SafeKey you will need to requesting the scheme be enabled, our teams will then provide you with the Safekey terms and conditions that you need to accept. We will then apply the scheme to your account that can take up to 25 working days to complete. Is there a charge for 3D Secure Although 3D Secure is an additional fraud prevention tool that is available through the Sage Pay systems there is no charge to use this service. How long does it take for 3D Secure results to be returned? Because 3D Secure validation is carried out before the transaction is sent for authorisation the results for the checks will be returned back through to your website along with the status of the transaction. Is 3D Secure available to all transactions processed through my account? Unfortunately not, 3D Secure as a scheme is only available to e-commerce transactions that are processed through your account. Page 17 of 34

18 Alongside this, 3D Secure is only available on VISA, Mastercard, and American Express transactions and no other cards. As 3D Secure is a scheme that is controlled by the card issuers themselves it is limited to the cards that are controlled by each. 3D Secure is turned on in my account but no results are being received If you have 3D Secure turned on in your MySagePay account but the checks are not being carried out you will need to check the details of the transaction registration post that is made to Sage Pay. When any e-commerce transaction is processed through Sage Pay your website will send us a post with all of the transactional information. Included in this post is a field Apply3DSecure= which contains a numerical value. Each value refers to a specific rule that will overwrite anything you have set in your MySagePay. Those values are 0 = If 3D-Secure checks are possible and rules allow, perform the checks. (default) 1 = Force 3D Secure checks even if not enabled on the account and apply any rules. 2 = Force NO 3D Secure checks even if enabled on account. 3 = Force AVS/CV2 checks even if not enabled for the account, DON T apply rules. If you would like your website to only carry out AVS/CV2 checks based on the rules you have in your MySagePay admin panel you must ensure that the Apply3DSecure=0. Can I have more than one 3D Secure rule on my account? Yes, there are no restrictions to the volume of rules that you can have on your Sage Pay account at any one time. As long as the price ranges that are set for the rules do NOT overlap you are able to have as many, or as few rules as you would like. Are all transactions that pass 3D Secure covered by the liability shift? When a transaction successfully passes 3D Secure there is a chance that the transaction will be covered by the liability shift. Sage Pay cannot guarantee that all transactions processed through 3D Secure will be covered and we would advise that any transactions you would like confirmation of the liability shift is raised with your merchant bank. As your bank is the party that is covering the liability for the transaction it will be the bank who will state what will be covered and what will not. Page 18 of 34

19 3.6 Benefits There are a number of benefits for your business when using 3D Secure on your e- commerce transactions. Real time fraud verification Password protection for cardholders Liability shift on transactions financial protection for your business Additional layers of protection 3D Secure is another fraud prevention tool offered Free of charge there is no cost to use the 3D Secure fraud prevention tool By using the 3D Secure fraud prevention tool on your account you are adding another layer of protection to your business when combatting online fraud. 3D Secure can be used to help manage, and validate your transactions remotely without the need for every transaction to be manually checked. Page 19 of 34

20 4.0 3 rd Man Fraud Screening Owned by MasterCard the 3 rd Man system is an extensive risk management platform that performs reviews on transactions that have been processed through your Sage Pay account. 4.1 What is the 3 rd Man Fraud Screening Each transaction is individually screened by the 3 rd Man using their gatekeeper platform and the results are then passed back through to Sage Pay to be displayed within your account. All results provided by the 3 rd Man are advisory only, and cannot be used with rules that will automatically decline, or reject transactions based on the score that is provided. The scoring system used by the 3 rd Man is based upon the risk analysis that is carried out for each transaction. There are 3 possible scores for the 3 rd Man Transactions Low Risk Medium Risk High Risk Each of the criteria advises you of the possible risk the transaction is viewed as, and indicates the potential level of fraud you would be exposed too if the transaction is processed. 4.2 How it works When a transaction is processed through the Sage Pay system, the details of that individual payment are passed through to the 3 rd Man systems for analysis to be carried out. The 3 rd Man will take all of the information that has been captured and use this information to build a score that will be returned to Sage Pay within 10 minutes of the transaction being processed. Page 20 of 34

21 Once the information has been collated by Sage Pay and passed through to the 3 rd Man systems for analysis a score will be produced based upon the checks that are carried out on the transaction. Each check that is carried out is assigned either a positive or negative score, and each check varies in the score that is assigned. For example, if the card passed the CV2 verification by the banks it is assigned a score of However if the CV2 verification is failed a score of +60 is assigned increasing the risk of the transaction during analysis. All transactions begin with a score of 0 when the transaction is first submitted to the 3 rd Man for analysis. Each rule that is triggered will then add, or subtract from the base score and produce an overall score that is used to assign a risk level to the transaction. Once the risk level has been assigned to the transaction, the score will then be passed back through to Sage Pay to be displayed in MySagePay along with the scoring breakdown for the transaction. 4.3 What data is checked Each time a transaction is processed the 3 rd Man check a number of variables that are used to build the score for the transaction. Amount thresholds Card details issuing country Frequency of card usage Card frequency of use at the address that is provided Address frequency how often it is used Address purchase history Address cards used at the address provided AVS/CV2 results 3D Secure information IP Address used for the transaction Address domain and usage Address if the customer s name is in the address Telephone number whether a landline or mobile, and frequency of usage Phone number used at multiple addresses Electoral Role Historical names associated with the customer card, billing and delivery address Each of these individual pieces of data is checked and if triggered a score is given. Page 21 of 34

22 4.4 Understanding your results After a transaction has been processed, and scored, the results will be displayed within MySagePay. The results from the fraud analysis will be available in the transaction list The individual score of the transaction can be seen if the mouse is hovered over the shield within MySagePay. To view the breakdown of the results for the fraud screening, click on the transaction followed by Fraud Results. Here, select the specific transaction and this will open the details of the payment you can review. Fraud Results display all of the checks that have been carried out on the transaction. The analysis score from the 3 rd Man can be found under Fraud Screening. The fraud screening results will show OK, HOLD, or REJECT The total fraud score will give the numerical score that has been assigned to the transaction. Page 22 of 34

23 To view the breakdown of the scoring for the transaction click on the Fraud Screening Result. All of the checks that have been carried out on the transaction along with the scores that have been assigned will be displayed. Here, all of the checks and scores that have been carried out along with the transaction recommendation will be displayed. Important : All of the 3 rd Man results, and scores are advisory ONLY and are simply a recommendation, not a definitive answer What to check When reviewing the results of the 3 rd Man verification it is important to follow the guideline that - Low risk when a transaction is marked as low risk it is an indication that the transaction is not seen as fraudulent risk. A transaction that is low risk is commonly acceptable to process without the need for further investigation. Medium Risk a medium risk transaction normally indicates the elements that were checked by the 3 rd Man systems pose a possible risk. When this score is returned it is advisable to review the 3 rd Man breakdown within MySagePay for the transaction before making a decision on processing the transaction. High Risk when a high risk score has been returned it is advised that further investigation is carried out on the transaction such as contacting the customer for proof of address, and reviewing the transactional breakdown. High risk transactions indicate a substantial risk to your business and as a rule should commonly not be processed. Page 23 of 34

24 When the score has been provided the breakdown will provide a full list of the rules the transaction has triggered. Some of the most common rules that get triggered during a transaction are Rules that have both a positive and negative score associated with them are for checks that are performed that can either pass, or fail. Rules with only a single score must be triggered using the information that has been captured during the transaction High Risk High Risk Reported With some rules the phrase Reported High Risk or Your High Risk will be displayed with a positive score assigned to the transaction. When Reported high risk is seen on any transaction this simply means the information that has been flagged as high risk was done so by a 3 rd party using the 3 rd Man system. As such another party has reviewed a separate transaction where this specific information has been used previously and marked the details as high risk and potentially fraudulent. An example of this is - Reported High Risk +45 Reported High Risk Payment +45 Reported High Risk Address +45 All of the elements submitted for a transaction such as the , address, card (payment), and telephone number can be flagged as a high risk and return a high score for the transaction. Page 24 of 34

25 High Risk - Your Your high risk will be displayed when an element of a transaction has been flagged as high risk by the Sage Pay team. When a transaction is reviewed by the Sage Pay team they have the option to flag the transaction as rejected when the recommendation from the team is to not send the order. At this point the elements the team have based the rejection upon will be highlighted as a Your high risk and will increase the score of any subsequent transaction using the details previously rejected. Examples of this are Your High Risk +70 Your High Risk Payment +70 Your High Risk Address +70 Again all elements of the transaction such as , address, card (payment), telephone number can be flagged as Your high risk and return a high score for the transaction. Once an element has been flagged as either reported high risk, or your high risk each transaction that is processed using the detail will obtain the score for the high risk Historical Information Good History/details Good history or details are rules that are triggered when elements for the transaction have been used over a period of time without any risk of potential fraud. Information such as , address, card (payment), and telephone number are all taken into consideration when the transaction is reviewed by the 3 rd Man and can trigger rules that will decrease the score for the transaction and lower the risk associated with the payment. When an element of a transaction is marked has having good history you will see this displayed within the fraud breakdown of the transaction within MySagePay. Commonly the elements of the transaction will be displayed together as abbreviations, the letters associated with each element are Page 25 of 34

26 Confidence - Alongside the abbreviation will be either - low confidence, low confidence, medium confidence, or high confidence. Each of these confidence indicators highlight how far back the element has been used No confidence this is the first instance the element has been used with a transaction through the 3 rd Man platform. Low confidence the element has been used previously up to 1 month. Medium confidence the element has been used previously up to 3 months. High Confidence the element has been used in transactions in excess of 3 months. The confidence index allows the score for the transaction to be lowered as the details have been used previously without any cause for potential fraudulent activity. The more consistently the details are used to process transactions the better the history, and confidence will be for each element. History on transactional information can influence the overall score that a transaction will obtain. An example of some rules with good history/details and confidence will be displayed as EC No bad history, no confidence -4 This is due to the card, and being good details with no negative history as this is the 1 st instance the details have been used through the 3 rd Man system. CbA No bad history, high confidence -14 This is due to the card, and billing address being good details with no bad history. The card and billing address have both been used previously in excess of 3 months. The confidence scoring allows checking transactions for historical details easier, and obtainable within MySagePay. If these rules have not been triggered and displayed within MySagePay this indicates the details have not been used previously and will not activate the rules for the transaction. Page 26 of 34

27 4.5 Common Questions When should I contact Sage Pay for a transactional review? We would always advise with Low and High risk transactions that the information provided in MySagePay, along with obtained details from shoppers (high risk only) is enough information for a decision to be made on processing the transaction without contacting our teams. Low risk transactions indicate there is no potential risk of fraudulent activity. Along with the 3 rd Man score and the other fraud prevention tools that are available will provide a clear indication of the risk the transaction poses. High risk transactions are scored because they are seen as a potential fraudulent risk to a business. The breakdown of the score along with the other fraud prevention tools will provide sufficient information on the transaction and risk. If any doubt surrounds the transaction it is advised to simply not process and avoid risk. Shoppers can be contacted directly to provide further information and proof of address if required. For medium risk transactions if the information available does not help with a decision on processing the transaction the Sage Pay team is available to offer more support and advice. Low risk no contact required. Medium risk if undecided contact Sage Pay. High Risk no contact required. A low risk transaction has been advised as ok by Sage Pay and has since received a chargeback. Who is responsible for this? All scores that are provided by the 3 rd Man are advisory only, and should be used in line with the other fraud prevention tools that are available with all Sage Pay accounts. When speaking with the Sage Pay team, the recommendation provided is also strictly advisory and a final decision on processing the transaction is down to you (the vendor). If a transaction has been identified as Low Risk it simply indicates there is no evidence to suggest any possible fraudulent activity. By using the additional fraud prevention tools that are available in your account alongside the 3 rd Man the risk of fraud, and chargebacks can be limited. Any chargebacks based on decisions using the 3 rd Man scores only is the responsibility of the vendor. Is there a cost for using the 3 rd Man system? No, the 3 rd Man fraud screening service is provided to each Sage Pay customer as standard and does not cost to use. Page 27 of 34

28 How long does it take for the 3 rd Man results to be returned? Usually the 3 rd Man results are returned to Sage Pay within 10 minutes and displayed within MySagePay on the transactional details screen. The results however can take up to 24 hours to be returned this is usually not the case but is the full time-scale for the results. I have a transaction that does not have a 3 rd Man score, what do I do? If you have a transaction that has not yet been issued with a 3 rd man score you will first need to wait 24 hours for the transaction to be updated. After 24 hours have past and the transaction has not yet been issued with a score including vendor name, vendor tx code, and date and time of the transaction. The Sage Pay team will then arrange for the transaction to be re-submitted to the 3 rd Man for a score to be returned. Do I have to turn 3 rd Man on in my Sage Pay account? No you don t. 3 rd Man is active as standard on all Sage Pay accounts and does not need to be activated in order to get results for your transactions. Can I set rules on my Sage Pay account for 3 rd Man? No, the 3 rd Man fraud prevention system is an advisory service only and cannot be used to either process or reject transactions based on the results. By using the other fraud prevention tools and the rules available there the 3 rd Man results can be used to further manage, or filter the transactions. By itself 3 rd Man cannot directly impact transactions. I m not getting any 3 rd Man results for my test transactions, is this normal? Completely, although you can test all of the other fraud prevention tools the 3 rd Man fraud screening service is only available for live transactions and does not return any results on the test platform. Do international, and PayPal transactions get scored by 3 rd Man? Yes, all transactions processed through the Sage Pay system can be scored by 3 rd Man. Page 28 of 34

29 Are there any transactions that will not get a 3 rd Man result? The only transaction types that will not return a 3 rd man score is a refund. All other transaction types will return a 3 rd Man score Payment 3 rd Man score returned with order being processed. Deferred/Release 3 rd Man score issued at the deferred stage of order. Authenticate/Authorise 3 rd Man score issued at both stages of the order Repeat 3 rd Man returned with order being processed. 4.6 Benefits There are a number of benefits for your business when using 3 rd Man fraud screening on your transactions. Transactional analysis Risk assessment on all transactions processed. Additional layers of protection 3 rd Man is another fraud prevention tool offered. Free of charge there is no cost to use the 3 rd Man fraud screening tool. The 3 rd Man system enables you to review transactions that have been processed through your account, along with providing detailed analysis of the information that has been submitted with each transaction. The risk levels offered by the 3 rd Man that is assigned to each transaction improves account management and gives an overview of the fraudulent risk posed every time a payment is received through your Sage Pay account. Page 29 of 34

30 5.0 ReD Fraud Screening ReD fraud screening is a fraud prevention tool that is available to all Sage Pay customers at an additional cost. Running in place of the 3 rd Man fraud analysis tool ReD provides real time transactional analysis that can be used to effectively automatically manage transactions that have been processed through any Sage Pay account. ReD fraud screening can be applied to either all transactions processed through a Sage Pay account or if required, only on e-commerce or mail order transactions exclusively. 5.1 What is ReD Fraud Screening ReD fraud screening is a leading independent fraud prevention company working with payment gateways to limit and fight payment fraud. Using real time fraud analysis to prevent fraudulent activity on Sage Pay accounts and increase revenue by reducing loss. ReD solutions are tailored to the specific needs, and market of the customer to offer in depth protection against fraudulent activity. When setting up ReD fraud screening there are two options for the type of fraud prevention that can be activated on an account Intermediate Bespoke Intermediate Intermediate fraud prevention is an activation of a pre-defined set of rules that are specific to a type of business or sector. The transactions that are then processed will be ran against these rules and the transactions will be either accepted, challenged, or denied. When using Intermediate the business will be able to pick which of the available rules they would like to apply to their transactions. Bespoke - A bespoke account is a premium feature that allows the business to work with ReD to define their own fraud screening parameters that will review transactions every time they are processed through the account. Page 30 of 34

31 If you are using the bespoke fraud prevention tool on your account the rules, and checks that will be verified will be defined by the individual needs of your own business and can be continually reviewed, and revised. 5.2 How it works When ReD fraud screening is active on an account the transactional information is passed through to the ReD system before the payment is sent to the bank for authorisation. The ReD platform will then review the transaction, and run the details against the rules that have been put in place on the account. Once the transaction has been reviewed by the ReD platform the response will then be sent back through to the Sage Pay systems. When the response is returned through to the Sage Pay systems there are four possible states for the transactions Important : When setting up the rules, and parameters of your ReD account you will define if challenged transactions are either processed (sent for authorisation) or not (denied). This can be changed with ReD at any time. The response that has been provided from the ReD platform will then be passed back through to the website in the form of a field called FraudResponse. This field will include one of the four possible responses that will then be logged by the websites systems. Page 31 of 34

32 Each business who uses ReD fraud screening will have access to their own administrative (ReD CSI Portal) platform directly from ReD where they can review, manage, and amend transactions that have been processed through the account. As the results are not displayed within MySagePay any transaction reviews on the fraud screening MUST be performed directly within the ReD CSI Portal. 5.3 Setting your rules Each of the ReD methods of integration will require rules to be set up in order for the fraud screening to be undertaken. Intermediate When using the Intermediate version of ReD each business will be able to select from a predefined list of rules that are available to the specific business sector they relate too. Each rule that is available will be assigned either accept, challenge, or deny and will apply to checks The available rules will then be applied to the account and all transactions that are subsequently processed will be screened by these sector specific rules. Bespoke The bespoke service offered by ReD enables a completely customised set of rules to be applied to a business in line with their own needs. When working with the ReD team they will provide a set of rules that are based on a business s transactional activity and requirements to limit fraud. The rules applied are completely customisable and can be reviewed with the ReD team and amended in line with the changes businesses encounter. 5.4 Understanding the results When a transaction has been processed through the ReD fraud screening tool a response with either accept, challenge, or deny will be sent from Sage Pay directly to the website. This status will determine if the transaction has been sent onto the bank for authorisation, or if denied has not. The results are not displayed within MySagePay and all information on each transaction that has been processed through ReD will be available to review in the ReD platform directly. The ReD platform will identify what rules the transaction has triggered and how the status has been assigned. Page 32 of 34

33 5.5 Common Questions Is there a cost for using ReD fraud screening? Yes, as the ReD fraud screening tool is an additional feature added to the account there is a charge for using this. To find out more about ReD fraud screening and to add this to your account contact our Sales Team on Why do the ReD results not display in MySagePay? Due to the integration of the ReD platform with the Sage Pay gateway there is currently no way to display the transaction state from ReD in MySagePay. All of the information surrounding the transaction is available within the ReD CSI portal and can be viewed directly there. How do I get the ReD transaction ID? In order to get the ReD transaction ID you will need to perform a getfraudscreendetail request from the Sage Pay Reporting and Admin API. Once this request has been performed a response will be sent back through to you from the Sage Pay platform including the status of the transaction (accept, challenge, deny) along with the ReD ID that can be used to locate the transaction within the ReD portal. How does a Deny response get displayed in MySagePay? If you have ReD active on your account and a transaction has been denied by ReD it will be shown as a Failed transaction within MySagePay, with the message Transaction Rejected by the Vendors rule base Due to the transaction not passing the ReD fraud screening it has failed the fraud prevention rules you have in place and will not be processed through the account. If I get ReD fraud screening on my account will training be provided? Yes, once you have signed up for ReD training will be provided by the Sage Pay team on using the CSI portal and managing your transactions. How long do the results take? ReD is real time fraud prevention and as the results are returned almost instantly. Page 33 of 34

34 Will I still be able to use the other fraud prevention tools alongside ReD? When ReD is active on your account you will be able to use the AVS, CV2, and 3D Secure fraud screening alongside the additional layer provided by ReD. The only fraud prevention tool that is no longer available will be the 3 rd Man which ReD will re-place on your account. Instead of the 3 rd Man results a red status of either Accept, Challenge, or Deny will be returned. What happens if I don t get any results from ReD for my transactions? If ReD is unable to provide a result for a transaction or the platform is unavailable the Sage Pay system will submit the transaction to The 3 rd Man in order to obtain a rating for the transaction. The 3 rd Man will then provide a score and rating for the transaction as normal. 5.6 Benefits ReD fraud screening provides a number of benefits when being applied to any business. Real time fraud analysis. Business sector rule bases. Fully customised rule bases. Account performance and reviews Reactively able to review transactions. Additional layer of protection. All of the features available with ReD fraud screening tool will improve the protection offered to businesses alongside the current, standard fraud prevention tools. ReD fraud screening is a premium service offered to Sage Pay customers that can be applied to their accounts. Page 34 of 34

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