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Miami, FL, USA • Remote • New York, NY, USA
- Minimum 2 years of experience in fraud prevention or investigations
- Experience within consumer/corporate/small business cards, payments, invoices, lending, or related industries
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Analyze new account applications for indications of first party and third party fraud
- Investigate alerts and referrals for signs of fraud using internal and external data
- Review transaction activity, restrict accounts, and initiate recovery efforts
- Deep dive into individual fraud events to perform root cause analyses, document control breakdowns, and work with the strategy teams to improve fraud controls
- Work with customers, external financial institutions and merchants to recover funds from unauthorized transactions
- Review documentation such as bank statements, invoices, ID documents for signs of forgery or other fraud
- Document procedures and opportunities for process improvement
- Experience with NACHA rules and regulations
- Experience in high growth startups
- Knowledge of SQL or Python
Corporate card & spend management platform
Ramp is on a mission to create a partner in finance. The company offers 5-in-1 software that consolidates corporate cards, expense management, bill payments, accounting, and reporting into one simple and free solution.
- Competitive salaries: You never have to wonder how your pay compares. Our generous comp reflects our belief that you’ll take Ramp to the next level.
- Comprehensive health plans: US-based employees get full medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage. Everyone gets a monthly stipend for personal wellness.
- Professional development: Take advantage of our annual education stipends to stay on top of your personal growth.
- Unlimited PTO: Flexible vacation days give you the time to step away, unwind, and recharge.
Company Core Values
- Visibility is key to financial fitness
- One dollar saved is 100x better than points
- Software-first, card second
- Financial fitness starts with every employee