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Clients Served by Clayton Holdings LLC

Clayton offers a wide variety of comprehensive solutions for clients throughout the mortgage industry. These were developed in collaboration with our clients, which means they are practical and measured by the value they add to our clients’ businesses. We believe this customer-centric approach is what keeps Clayton on the leading edge of the industry. Originators Clayton has a unique combination of resources to help originators deal with the full range of issues from strategic planning to managing day to day operations. We understand the challenges in building and maintaining a successful originations business in these volatile times. Warehouse Lenders Successful warehouse lending requires managing a broad range of risks. Clayton’s staff understands the issues warehouse lenders face in today’s environment. Investors, Issuers & Insurers Since its inception in 1989, Clayton has earned a reputation as the “Go To” provider of risk analysis, transaction support and expertise for the mortgage industry. Regulators & Rating Agencies Circumstances of today’s marketplace have heightened the responsibilities placed on regulators and rating agencies. Service Providers The challenges of today’s mortgage industry will be best met by those service providers who work together to create effective, efficient solutions. Source: http://www.clayton .com/clients-serve d Check main site: http://www.clayton .com/  (Sep 5, 2014 | post #1)

ARA Fraud & Forensic Services: Health Care

Preventing fraud and abuse continues to be a huge problem for the health care industry. Over $80 billion dollars is lost annually to health care fraud alone. As a result, governmental agencies have implemented new regulations and placed increasing emphasis on investigating and prosecuting health care fraud. Source: http://www.arastl. com/medical-practi ces/ ARA Fraud & Forensic Services is dedicated to working with medical practice groups and hospital systems to prevent and detect fraud and abuse. We believe in taking proactive measures to help our clients correct problems before the government becomes involved. Our investigative expertise combined with our regulatory knowledge allows us to help clients avoid civil fines, criminal and administrative penalties while creating a fraud free environment.  (Aug 11, 2014 | post #1)

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How Do Thieves Steal Your Personal Data?

In our blogs this month, we’ve discussed credit card fraud and identity theft. But do you know how thieves are stealing your personal data? Aside from outright stealing your wallet or passport, thieves access your most private information in more ways than you might guess. Awareness is half the battle, so remember to keep your personal data safe as you read how thieves commonly access your information. • “Dumpster diving” to obtain personal information from your trash can • Impersonating legitimate organizations via phishing schemes through e-mails, text messages, or phone calls • Stealing or diverting mail to obtain credit cards, checks, bank statements, social security cards, and other personal and financial information • Compiling information from public records • Posting fake job offers to steal applicant names, home addresses, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers off their résumés • Using malware or spyware to steal personal information from computers • Hacking computer networks, systems, and databases, particularly of large companies, to steal user data—as in what recently happened to Sony’s PlayStation Network • Extracting personal information from retired electronics, such as personal computers, servers, cell phones, and USB memory drives, that have not been properly “wiped” • Using “contactless” credit card readers to steal data from electronic passports • Hacking online or ATM accounts with weak passwords or password reset questions • Browsing Facebook and MySpace for users’ personal details, such as birthplace, pets’ names, etc., that might be answers to security questions • Looking over your shoulder while you input your ATM PIN, or listening in while you give your credit card number over the phone  (Oct 26, 2013 | post #1)

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