How to Detect Duplicate Accounts

In the gaming industry, duplicate accounts are a common problem. Many fraudulent accounts use stolen credit card numbers to make purchases, and then cash out using promotional rebates before the customer is charged back. This is an issue for any gaming platform that has multiple accounts.

To detect duplicate accounts, organizations should use real time detection methods. These tools work by tracking user behavior and analyzing patterns of fraud. For example, if a user makes a change to a setting, the software will track it and analyze its validity. The data can then be used to restrict suspicious users.

A good duplicate account detection method is also able to analyze the user’s fingerprint. This means that the system will identify the individual’s location and other factors that can be used to identify them. It is also able to detect the use of VPN and Tor networks. This is the kind of information that can be used to stop promo fraud, and can help prevent fraudulent charges from affecting real customers.

Other methods of detecting duplicate accounts include the use of player patterns and quick cashouts after sign up. However, these methods are not always effective. Some users may be abusive and will make it difficult for the systems to recognize duplicate accounts.

Another method of detecting duplicate accounts is to check the detect duplicate accounts value of specific fields. Using this method, you can be able to spot potential duplicate records before they are imported or created manually. Also, marking a field as unique can arrest the creation of a duplicate record.

Another way of detecting duplicate accounts is by importing data from external sources. If you have a Professional or Enterprise subscription to Operations Hub, you can deduplicate records in bulk. You can also use the Data Quality Command Center to monitor and manage data quality.

Another tool that can be used to detect duplicate accounts is the Device Fingerprint tool. IPQS’ Device Fingerprinting technology will assign a super tracking ID to each user. The ID will remain with the user when they switch devices, and can be matched to existing accounts. Moreover, when a user uses the device to authenticate themselves, the service will store and analyze the information in order to prevent malicious behavior.

Duplicate Accounts is a conversation in Salesforce that detects duplicate accounts and displays relevant data. Duplicate records are highlighted in the highlighted cells. Additionally, you can see the owner of the record by hovering over the View Lead icon.

SBG accepted the fact that it did not have a fully compliant duplicate account detection system, and it paid PS16,700 towards the investigation costs. They also took steps to address the issues with the system, such as implementing database updates every 24 hours. But they did not take reasonable steps to prevent self-exclusion of customers, nor did they implement a system to prevent the creation of duplicates.

The SBG review also found that the duplicate accounts were created with false data. As a result, the total balance associated with the self-excluded accounts was PS51,817.