What are Actions you mention?

Actions are the main activities in your business model. FraudRadar can help you track any activity by gathering information about the customer data. Some couple of actions you may want to track are Signups, any change in billing/shipping address, any payment action etc. To track fraud activity for these actions, FraudRadar expects you to send such actions for fraud analysis by API endpoints/Add-ons.

What are Validation Rules?

Validation rules work with a presedence. Any matching validation rule completes the process and the action of that validation rule is the result of the analysis. But if you want to add two different validation rules work as a single one

What is Complex Rules?

Complex Rules are a specific type of validation rules that you can add to an existing rule as an OR or AND case. For example you want to review a signup if IP is a proxy “AND” also email is a disposable one, at this point you need to add a special validation rule that checks for two cases at the same time.

How Validation Rules are Processed?

Validation rules are processed top to bottom. The action is decided according to the precedence rule of REJECT > REVIEW > APPROVE. So if any validation rule that matches and has an action REJECT then the resulting action will be REJECT. If there is no matching rule with REJECT action, then if there is any rule that matches and has REVIEW as the action, the result action will be REVIEW. Otherwise, it will result to APPROVE. The default action for there is no matching rules case is APPROVE.

What are Regular Expressions?

Regular expressions are a step forward to catch an email by the signature of the email. Lets assume that you want to reject any action that has an email address like 8254718362@mycooldomain.com. Than we have a predefined regex for such emails to be auto detected. We provide you fixed regular expressions for such usages but if you want to add your own regular expression for email verification you may do so by using Custom Regular Expression feature.

What are Add-ons

FraudRadar provides a simple set of API endpoints for any customer to access to. However, for non-developer customers with CRM or E-Commerce provider, we have add-ons to enable your system with FraudRadar with in minutes without any coding challange. Current Add-ons:

  • WordPress
  • Joomla
  • Drupal
  • Shopify
  • BigCommerce
  • WooCommerce
  • Magento
  • Wix
  • Ghost

What is SDK

If you have your own development experience with in the company whether you can choose to access our API endpoints, or use our own software development kit that we provide in several languages for easy access to our services. Please contact us to retrieve SDK solution. Currently supported languages:

  • Java
  • Python
  • NodeJS