SAFEChecks have never been used in a check fraud scam!
SAFEChecks, “The Check Fraud Prevention Specialists,” provides high security checks and secure check writing and Positive Pay software to help prevent check fraud losses.
Our checks are designed by Frank Abagnale, the former master check forger made famous by Steven Spielberg’s film, Catch Me If You Can—and have NEVER been replicated or used in a check fraud scam.
Check fraud still produces more losses than all other forms of payment fraud combined, and high security checks, combined with Positive Pay, are the first line of defense against this crime. SAFEChecks are almost impossible to replicate or to alter without leaving evidence.
SAFEChecks’ Cheque-Guard software has features designed to prevent added or altered Payee Names and dollar amounts. It includes Positive Pay and ACH functionality, Secure Name/Secure Number Fonts, secure signature controls, advanced barcode technology, and many additional options for user authorizations.
SAFEChecks also offers fraud prevention seminars and consulting/expert witness services for check fraud, cyber crime and embezzlement education.
SAFEChecks understands the serious nature and magnitude of check fraud. Because of our unique foundation in banking, we know the various methods criminals use to commit payment fraud. We have designed specific protocols and security features to thwart these attempts. While no product, policy, or program can provide 100% protection, SAFEChecks helps organizations of all sizes, and individuals, build the strongest defense possible against check fraud.
Second Annual Tribal Accounting Conference
June 6-7, 2016
The Second Annual Tribal Accounting Conference will be held June 6-7, 2016 at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa at Disneyland in Anaheim, CA.
This conference will be held in conjunction with the Tenth Annual Native American Economic Development Conference. At this two-day event, you’ll have the opportunity to network with fellow tribal leaders and accounting professionals who share a common goal of preparing you and your tribe for changing accounting needs and planning for the future.