Digital currency continues to be popular, particularly with cryptocurrencies steadily permeating throughout the mainstream financial space. This growing enthusiasm towards exchange platforms and crypto trading leads analysts to believe that the market could triple by 2030. On the flip side, this also spells out several security and transaction challenges, making it essential for platforms to take extra steps in fortifying their fraud prevention capabilities.1
When an American cryptocurrency company reached out to Us for our risk management solutions, TaskUs took the challenge head-on.
The client, a top strategic account that had already been a TaskUs’ global operations partner for five years, needed a fraud prevention team as it expanded its services and catered to the growing customer demand. The team handled the following lines of business:
Teammates were carefully evaluated based on their knowledge on cryptocurrency, digital currency as a whole, transaction monitoring, fraud, and finance with situational questions that tested their ability to deal with varying situations. Teammates who were cross-skilled, on the other hand, underwent a separate assessment that measured their capability to succeed. We implemented a rigid approach in training by requiring a minimum of 7 days of training, equipping teammates with the necessary skills to use over 10 tools, including those used for verifying, tagging, and labeling. With quality being a primary focus, Quality Analysts were trained according to the client’s operational framework that followed internal metrics and parameters focused on Process, Policy Compliance, Workflow Picklist, Thorough Response, Message Tone and Structure, and Grammar and Language, all of which resulted in the following:
See how the TaskUs approach in Risk & Response could help fintech companies keep their platforms future-safe and future-ready by downloading our case study, Fraud Prevention and Transaction Monitoring for A Cryptocurrency Exchange.