How to create a Model / Rule
There are two ways to create a rule or model:
- Scenario Models
- Dynamic Models
Models be used to look for and trigger a particular predetermined event that is deemed important by your organization. For example:
- Flag a user that has been dormant for 90 days and then makes 10 transactions in a 1 day period
- Flag a user from a blacklisted IP
- Flag a user with more than 5 instruments
- Flag a user that sells an item and then purchases that same item back in a 24 hour period
- Flag an instrument that makes 1 transaction over $95,000.00
- Flag an instrument that is in the stolen matchlist
Dynamic models provides the ability to flag anything an agent requires including
- Transactions (such as withdrawals from a bank ...)
- Actions (such as logging into an account ...)
- Entities (that may be blacklisted or come from a suspicious IP ...)
by creating Variables and Trigger Conditions similar to Excel.
Scenario models provide the ability to flag common fraud and AML use-cases by allowing the agent to select and customize:
- Structuring Scenarios
- Dormant Scenarios
- Chainalysis Scenarios
and many more scenarios.
Create a Scenario Model
With this model builder, you can choose from scenarios that best fit your logic such as "Dormant Activity" or "Chainalysis".
To access the Scenario Builder, simply select "+ Create Scenario Model" on the page:
Learn more about Scenario based Rules in the How to create a Scenario Model.
Create a Dynamic Model
With this model builder, you have full autonomy and you can create any logic from scratch.
To access the Scenario Builder, simply select "+ Create Dynamic Model" on the page:
Learn more about Dynamic Rules in the About Dynamic Models section.
Updated 9 months ago