The RavelinAPI is a real-time fraud detection and prevention solution for web-based payment platforms. It must be integrated through a three-phase procedure that begins with events and followed by backfill and banning, respectively. The events interface sends real time data Ravelin while the backfill interface tracks users’ historical data to aid tailoring of service delivery to customer-specific profiles. Banning, on the other hand, enables the blacklisting and blocking of transactions from suspicious customers. The fraud detection API transmits requests and responses in JSON format. It is currently a full release that comes with detailed documentation.
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