A sophisticated fraud detection tool called EasyDetect has been released by the Dojah identity verification solutions company in Nigeria, giving companies the ability to spot and stop fraudulent activity on their platforms.
In a statement on Wednesday, Dojah’s CEO, Tobi Ololade, confirmed the situation.
Identity verification solutions are offered by a Y Combinator alumnus who helps African businesses have more seamless interactions with actual people.
Dojah describes itself as the first end-to-end onboarding platform in Africa, assisting companies in adding verified Africans to their clientele.
Tobi, who discussed the business and its goals, claimed that it provides verification services in more than ten African nations.
“Fraudulent activities pose a significant threat to African businesses, and it’s our mission to provide solutions that protect our customers and their users,” said Tobi Ololade, CEO of Dojah.
“With EasyDetect, businesses can identify and block suspicious activity quickly and efficiently, reducing the risk of financial loss and reputational damage.”
EasyDetect, the company’s latest anti-fraud software, aims to address the growing demand for African businesses to tackle fraudulent activities such as bogus accounts, attempted fraud orders, and payment loopholes.