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Feb 07, 2007

BasePoint releases fraud detection softwareMortgagePress.comMortgage fraud detection software BasePoint Analytics has announced the availability of FraudMark for Origination 2.0, the newest version of its fraud detection solution, which uses analytic technology to predict the likelihood of a loan being fraudulent. FraudMark for Origination 2.0 has been updated to detect the most current fraud patterns and trends and incorporates newly tailored model segments to adapt to the unique portfolio characteristics of prime, alt-A and non-prime loans. Carlsbad, Calif.-based BasePoint Analytics is a provider of scientific fraud analytics and consulting services. For more information, call (760) 602-4971 or visit www.basepointanalytics.com.
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