Big Banks: What Are They Hiding?

Beyond Philosophy

Big banks have proven yet again that they cannot be trusted to do what is best for the consumer. Banking industry lobbyists fought hard for this change and gained significant support. After contacting the bank (or not), most people just drop it. Do you trust your bank?

Happy Customers = Happy Banks

Blueworx

With the increase in technology making competition for customers more fierce than ever, banks have a huge incentive to improve their customer experience. The post Happy Customers = Happy Banks appeared first on Blueworx. Blog AI Banks Customer Experience CX IVR

Unbelievable Violation By World Renowned Bank – Record Fines!

Beyond Philosophy

A: Wells Fargo Bank, the latest bank to suffer the scrutiny of the truth and forced to answer for taking advantage of its customers’ trust. Carrie Tolstedt , unit leader of Wells Fargo’s community banking division, is set to retire at the end of this year after 27 years of service.

Advantages of Banking Virtualization

Revation Systems

While many customers are still most comfortable banking at their local brick-and-mortar branch location, we’d like to think it’s because they enjoy seeing their favorite teller and not because they’re afraid to try online banking. 13 Essential Online-Banking Security Tips.

Restoring trust across banking channels

TRUSTID

Whether they’re using stolen data to open a new line of credit online or spoofing telephone reps, authentication processes play a central role in protecting customer data from scams designed to steal identities and impact a bank’s brand reputation. .

Digital Transformation in Retail Banks: Potential Impact on Brand Equity, Customers, and Employees

Beyond Philosophy

It is having most impact, and will likely continue to do so, in traditional industries such as retail banking. Digital innovation in banking can be seen in the transformative way people transact and organize their finances. Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D.,

TRUSTID helps banks achieve multi-layered authentication

TRUSTID

According to the recent Customer Contact Week webinar, “The Future of Call Center Authentication,” technologies like the TRUSTID Pre-answer Caller Authentication can help banks achieve a multi-layered solution for identifying customers over the telephone channel. .

Bank Innovation 2018: Chatbots, Fintech & Customers — Oh My

Revation Systems

Interested in learning more about how fintech and chatbots are enhancing the customer experience at banks and credit unions today? Join our team, along with other top leaders in the financial field, at the 7 th Annual Bank Innovation Conference (March 5-6).

Intersecting Viral Marketing With Emotional Customer Connection: TD Bank’s ‘Home Run’

Beyond Philosophy

My example is TD Bank, where viral communication meets real, and valued, experience delivery on a personalized, and deeply emotional, level. The mini-documentary TD Bank created about the campaign has been viewed over 5 million times on YouTube. – Michael Lowenstein, Ph.D.,

What are Bank Contact Centers Doing Right?

inContact

inContact’s research shows that banking was in the highest tier for customer satisfaction with 54% of respondents ranking it for the most satisfied recent interaction. The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) reported that banking customer satisfaction increased 5.3%

How does your bank fight evolving phone fraud?

TRUSTID

Bank call centers are also targeted by fraudsters posing as customers calling in to change their account passwords or make financial transactions. As they offer customers new ways to bank online, financial institutions also needed to ensure those platforms secure.

Report: Small Banks Are More Customer-Centric

Toister Performance Solutions

A new report from the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) shows branches and ATM machines are just about the only place where credit unions and community banks lag behind larger financial institutions. Here's the breakdown of overall customer service ratings by size of bank.

At A Fork In the Road: As a Customer Relationship Driver, Where Is Branch Banking Headed?

Beyond Philosophy

Both quotes seem to apply to what is currently transpiring with retail branch banking, and where it seems to be trending. Banks can’t quite make up their minds about what branches are supposed to be. At a time when banks are closing branch locations at a record pace (over 1,400 in 2014, with Bank of America, alone, closing more than 140) that is likely to continue, the need for the services they offer remains pretty much the same. Why does banking have to be a chore?

Temkin Experience Ratings Industry Snapshot: Banks

Customer Experience Matters

Congratulations to Citizens Bank and credit unions for earning the best customer experience scores in the banking industry. Of the 15 banks included in this year’s Ratings, Citizens and credits unions tied for the top spot. The post Temkin Experience Ratings Industry Snapshot: Banks appeared first on Customer Experience Matters®.

Countries that approved video identification in banks

RichCall

In this post I’ll try to list the countries allowed their banks to identify clients through video. Proof links are included. The list will be continuously updated as I learn about new ones. Here’s what I have so far (a/b order): 1. Austria.

Employee Culture: Why Amazon is on Top and Bank of America Isn’t

Beyond Philosophy

Last year’s survey revealed that Amazon claimed the top spot and Bank of America…well, didn’t. That is to say, Amazon has it—and Bank of America doesn’t. The Bottom 10 Companies Technically, Bank of America isn’t listed here by name but they do fall under the label of “Any Bank.” I would argue that this is true of Bank of America. I am not a fan of banks. In my experience, banks don’t ever put the customer first.

Is Trust Really an Emotion? Generally,Yes…And It Is Critical In Customer-Supplier Relationship…Just Ask Banks!

Beyond Philosophy

Consumer financial service industries, such as banking, investments and insurance, are sectors where trust and confidence play a particularly important role in key elements of the customer life cycle: selection, loyalty, and defection. Retail banking, in particular, has seen both success and failure because of customer trust. Big national and large regional banks are particularly vulnerable. In classic psychological terms, trust is considered more a ‘feeder’ of emotion.

What are Bank Contact Centers Doing Right?

inContact

inContact’s research shows that banking was in the highest tier for customer satisfaction with 54% of respondents ranking it for the most satisfied recent interaction. The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) reported that banking customer satisfaction increased 5.3% Forrester Research, in their annual Customer Experience Index, also finds that banking and credit card companies lead the way in customer experience excellence when compared to other industries.

Employee Culture: Why Amazon is on Top and Bank of America Isn’t

Beyond Philosophy

Last year’s survey revealed that Amazon claimed the top spot and Bank of America…well, didn’t. That is to say, Amazon has it—and Bank of America doesn’t. Technically, Bank of America isn’t listed here by name but they do fall under the label of “Any Bank.” I would argue that this is true of Bank of America. Zhecho Dobrev , a one of Beyond Philosophy’s Senior Consultants, recently told a story on our blog about his experience with Bank of America.

10 bank fraud lessons of 2012

TRUSTID

As much as we’d like to think that remote banking is safe, the reality is threats across all customer channels still exist. With new and emerging threats facing financial institutions every day, banks need to stay one step ahead of today’s tenacious criminals. Continued education is essential for fighting bank fraud : With crooks cooking up new schemes all the time, bank fraud teams need to keep up with the latest criminal trends and tactics.

Faces of Customer Experience: Ali Banks

Customers That Stick

Meet Ali Banks! Ali Banks’ began her career in architecture but left her real estate development job to pursue her love of food at Le Cordon Bleu, Paris. To connect with Ali Banks further visit her at www.sitkasalmonshares.com.

Lose the Customer’s Confidence and You Lose the Customer

ShepHyken

My wife and I were on the phone with our bank. At the end of the “interrogation,” the bank’s rep said he didn’t have what he needed to verify Cindy’s identity, and he was transferring her to another rep. So, what was the cost to the bank?

How pre-answered caller authentication helps prevent telephone bank fraud

TRUSTID

When it comes to providing a trusted customer environment, banks are typically better at resolving problems stemming from non-predictive authentication and fraud than preventing them. What I mean by this is when banking customers place a call into a contact center, the very act of answering the telephone sets the stage for criminals to start their elaborate social engineering schemes. Done right, however, it can also have the biggest payback for both the bank and customer.

Combating bank fraud that targets user behavior

TRUSTID

Even with fraud defenses in place, individuals are still the ones who have to ultimately make banking decisions that could put them at risk. The recent article, “How to Address Security’s Weakest Link,” explores one of the most inherent security vulnerabilities that banks face today — people. The TrustID® network-based Physical Caller Authentication incorporates proactive fraud detection to instantly educate bank agents about the legitimacy of incoming calls.

Banks continually challenged with securing growing sales channels

TRUSTID

Along with providing faster and more convenient ways to bank, financial institutions are constantly challenged with making sure all of their customer channels are protected. The problem with offering customers more tools for customers to bank remotely is the ability to successfully secure the growing number of sales channels without impacting the user experience. And this says nothing about the damage that security questions can have on the goodwill of banking customers.

Security concerns prompting banks to invest in multi-factor authentication

TRUSTID

With fraud against financial institutions on the rise, what will banks be focusing on in the coming year? The recent BankInfoSecurity article, “New Insight on How to Respond to 2013’s Top Fraud Trends,” suggests that fraud attempts against banks and credit unions will continue to increase this year. Deploying a multi-factor authentication strategy can play a critical role in preventing fraud across all banking channels. Authentication Banking Fraud

Stronger customer authentication only way to mitigate risk of bank fraud

TRUSTID

Without it, or worse, relying on unvalidated resources like personal identifiable information (PII) to identify customers, puts every banking transaction at risk. Much like any other banking channel, financial institutions need to strengthen their customer authentication if they expect to stop fraud in the financial services industry, said Neil Schwartzman of secure messaging infrastructure provider, Message Bus. Sitting at the core of every financial transaction is trust.

How identity-interrogation impacts your customer relationships

TRUSTID

You’ve been banking with the financial institution for years. You feel a sense of pride of who you bank with. However, each time you call your bank, you’re treated like a stranger. Does this build trust with your bank? . Damages trust between the bank and the customer.

Remove friction from the contact center experience

TRUSTID

When it comes to improving banking efficiencies and protecting customers over the telephone channel, contact center supervisors have traditionally relied on knowledge-based information to authenticate customers.

What customers want

TRUSTID

In a perfect world, when a customer has a question or needs to resolve an issue, they call their bank’s contact center and a live person immediately picks up. Over time, this can save an organization significant labor costs and improve their profitable bank-customer relationship.

What customers want

TRUSTID

In a perfect world, when a customer has a question or needs to resolve an issue, they call their bank’s contact center and a live person immediately picks up. Over time, this can save an organization significant labor costs and improve their profitable bank-customer relationship.

The one constant in a changing customer environment

TRUSTID

Advancements in banking technology have largely been driven by customer convenience. To avoid having to physically visit their local branch, today’s busy consumers demand remote solutions that allow them to bank from anywhere at any time.

Remove friction from the contact center experience

TRUSTID

When it comes to improving banking efficiencies and protecting customers over the telephone channel, contact center supervisors have traditionally relied on knowledge-based information to authenticate customers.

Using physical ownership to strengthen customer authentication

TRUSTID

They give us the ability to bank and purchase products wherever we go, at our convenience. Some banking institutions are even allowing credit card transactions based on mobile phone proximity. Physical ownership.

Using physical ownership to strengthen customer authentication

TRUSTID

They give us the ability to bank and purchase products wherever we go, at our convenience. Some banking institutions are even allowing credit card transactions based on mobile phone proximity. Physical ownership.

Reducing friction to deepen the client relationship

TRUSTID

To optimize these journeys, the banking giant is always working to reduce friction as a way to improve operations and client relationships.? . We carry our telephones with us all the time.

Protecting the things your customers value the most

TRUSTID

To avoid becoming low-hanging fruit for social engineers, banks need to provide a secure and seamless experience that meets increasing customer demands. This removes any disruption to a legitimate customer’s banking journey.

Call centers prefer removing agents from authentication process

TRUSTID

Multiply that by the number of customer calls your contact center receives each year, and you can start to understand the financial impact KBA has on your bank’s operating expenses, not to mention the damage to your profitable bank-customer relationships.

Impatient consumers demand fast, reactive customer service

TRUSTID

Continuing to use KBA, which creates a greater risk for customers and requires call center agents to conduct lengthy identity-interrogations over the telephone, is also damaging the profitable bank-customer relationship. We live in a culture of instant gratification.

How pre-answer caller authentication differs from fraud detection

TRUSTID

While fraud tools are designed to spot bad actors, TRUSTID is an authentication system that helps banks validate good callers. For banks, the identity interrogation process is time-consuming and drives up operating expenses.