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Fraudology podcast: enabling fraud-fighters to design marketable products to address big problems (like refund fraud) with Patrick Chen

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About the episode

In this episode of Fraudology, host Karisse Hendrick is joined by Patrick Chen, a product expert who has specialized in solving complex risk-related problems creatively with technology for some of the largest online companies & platforms in the world. All of those experiences led him to become the co-founder of Spec, a risk & compliance platform that allows its users to approach fraud, and ultimately their (legitimate) customers’ experience in new ways.

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About Fraudology and host Karisse Hendrick

Fraudology is hosted by Karisse Hendrick, a fraud fighter with decades of experience advising hundreds of the biggest eCommerce companies in the world on fraud, chargebacks, and other forms of abuse impacting a company’s bottom line.

She brings her experience, expertise, and extensive network of experts to this podcast semi-weekly, on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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