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Interthinx has launched a new, Web-based video news series
called FraudBytes to provide the financial services industry with
current information on important industry changes. Similar to a
cable news program segment, the series will focus on fraud risk
mitigation and regulatory compliance for mortgage lenders.
Interthinx is a leading provider of proven risk mitigation, fraud
detection, and regulatory compliance for the residential mortgage
industry and has a history of providing compelling video-based
"We have become a society that is accustomed to getting news
from television," said Kevin Coop, president of Interthinx. "The
Internet has made it possible to extend news delivery to the
desktop, and our research indicates that lenders are very
comfortable getting critical information through this medium. We
have always been a primary source for fraud and compliance
information. This multimedia news program will make it easier for
us to deliver it to our customers."
The first FraudBytes newscast will appear on the Interthinx Web
site during the first week in March and will include information on
FHA compliance, emerging fraud schemes, the new Home Valuation Code
of Conduct, and Interthinx product updates.
"We have learned, through programs like our FHA Webisodes, Fraud
Angels, and FSI: Fraud Scheme Investigation training films, that
multimedia is a very effective medium for communicating with our
customers--and the industry at large," said Kristi Kennelly,
director of marketing for Interthinx and host of the new program.
"The valuable information we provide through FraudBytes will be
easy for lenders to digest, retain, and act on. By delivering it in
the form of a short, on-demand video news program, lenders will
benefit quickly from the updates. In today's world, executives must
find ways to stay informed with minimal time investment so they can
concentrate on the critical tasks that require their
For more information, visit www.interthinx.com.