Filters

Filters are used to categorically reject transactions based basic transaction characteristics. Available Filters are:
        » Country Bans
        » Phone Number
        » Card Number
        » Target Card Numbers
        » IP Addresses
        » Target IP Addresses
        » BIN
 
Country Bans
Step 1: Click the Filter option from the FBI Tools menu. Choose Country.  
 
Step 2: Click Add Country Bans Rule.  
 
 
Step 3: Enter the following information: 
        » Name – Name of the Ban rule you are creating.
        » Description – Details about the Ban that will be useful in the reason it was created.
        » Category – The type of Ban being created. These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Billing Country – Country where the billing address is located.
        » Ban Foreign Countries – Marking this box allows the user to simply ban all countries other than their Home Country.
        » IP Address Verification – Marking this box signals the system to match the IP Address of the consumer’s computer with the Billing and Shipping Addresses provided.
        » Shipping Country – The system will evaluate that the Shipping Address and the Billing Address are in the same country.
        » Action – The Action allows the merchant to instruct the system to do when the Country Ban traps a Sale.
        » Enabled – This box must be marked to make the Country Ban available for assignment to a merchant account.
 
Step 4: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action field.

Step 5
: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.
 
Phone Number
A Phone Number Ban will trap any Sales transaction that uses a banned number or range of numbers. To edit or create a Phone Number Ban:
 
Step 1: Select Phone Number on the FBI Tools > Filter menu.  
 
Step 2: Click Add Phone Number Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created.  These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Billing Phone – Use the Billing Phone number to evaluate the following:
                o Area Code – Does Not Match the State in the Billing Address.
                o Number – Sequences of numbers that might be problematic. 
                o Monthly Amount – Total monthly sales from any one number exceeds a merchant defined amount.
                o Monthly Transactions – Total monthly transactions from any one number exceeds a merchant defined number.
                o Area Code – Specific Area Codes can be banned, for instance all toll free numbers could be blocked (888, 800, 877, etc…).
        » Shipping Phone – Use the Shipping Phone number to evaluate the following:
                o Area Code – Does Not Match the State in the Shipping Address.
                o Number – Sequences of numbers that might be problematic. 
                o Monthly Amount – Total monthly sales from any one number exceeds a merchant defined amount.
                o Monthly Transactions – Total monthly transactions from any one number exceeds a merchant defined number.
                o Area Code – Specific Area Codes can be banned, for instance all toll free numbers could be blocked (888, 800, 877, etc…).
        » Enable –Each of the above filter criteria must be enabled so they can be applied after the Ban is assigned to a Merchant Account.  
 

Step 4: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action fields.


Step 5
: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.
 
Card Numbers
A Card Number Ban will trap any Sales transaction on any card that violates the sales velocity rules defined in this section.  To edit or create a Card Number Ban:
 
Step 1: Select Card Number on the FBI Tools > Filter menu.  
 
Step 2: Click Add Card Number Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created.  These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Velocity Filters – Each of the following trends can be Approved, Flagged for Review, or Rejected based on merchant defined totals.
                o Daily Sales Amount
                o Daily Transactions
                o Weekly Sales Amount
                o Weekly Transactions
                o Monthly Sales Amount
                o Monthly Transactions
        » Enable – For the system to evaluate each parameter during a sale, the Enable box must be clicked. After Enable here is marked, the rules can be assigned to a Merchant Account.
 

Step 4: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action fields.


Step 5
: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.
Card Ban
Step 1: Select the Card Ban from the FBI Tools > Filter menu.
 
Step 2: Click Add Specific Card Number Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created. These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Card Numbers – User can enter entire card number to block it. Or using wildcard, for example, 441111*, to block an entire BIN (Bank Identification Number) of cards.  
        » Action  - Select Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review based on how you want to handle offending cards.
        » Enable – For the system to evaluate this filter during a sale, the Enable box must be clicked. After Enable here is marked, the rules can be assigned to a Merchant Account.
 
 
Step 4: Click Save.
 
IP Addresses 
Step 1: Click FBI Tools > Filters > IP Addresses from the Filter submenu.
 
Step 2: Click Add IP Address Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created. These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Velocity Filters – Each of the following trends can be Approved, Flagged for Review, or Rejected based on merchant defined totals.
                o Daily Sales Amount
                o Daily Transactions
                o Weekly Sales Amount
                o Weekly Transactions
                o Monthly Sales Amount
                o Monthly Transactions
                o User Change Cards – This rule will monitor the number of times the use tries to change a card number used at their IP Address before the sale is complete.
        » Enable – For the system to evaluate each filter above during a sale, the Enable box must be clicked. After Enable here is marked, the rules can be is assigned to a Merchant Account.


Step 4
: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action fields.


Step 5
: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.
 

 
Target IP Addresses 
Step 1: Click FBI Tools > Filters > Target IP Addresses menu.
 
Step 2: Click Add Specific IP Address Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created.  These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » IP Range – Block a range of IP Address by entering its Network or Host ID (IPV4 notation).  Some or all of the fields can be completed, depending on the width of the range desired.
        » IP Addresses – Enter entire specific addresses or use wildcards, for example, 208.*.*.42, to block all Sales from them.
 
Step 4: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action field.
 
Step 5: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.  
 
BIN Rule
Step 1: Click FBI Tools > Filters > BIN from the Filter submenu.
 
Step 2: Click Add BIN Rule or Edit.
 
Step 3: Enter the following information:
        » Name – Name of the ban being created (or modified).
        » Description – Describe the ban and the reason for it.
        » Categories – The type of Ban being created. These categories are useful for sorting rules and bans when a merchant has created many of them.
        » Velocity Filters – Each of the following trends can be Approved, Flagged for Review, or Rejected based on merchant defined totals.
                o BIN Number Range
                o Card Brand
                o Card Type
                o Card Category
                o Card Issuer
                o Country
 
        » Enable – For the system to evaluate each filter above during a sale, the Enable box must be clicked. After Enable here is marked, the rules can be is assigned to a Merchant Account.
 
Step 4: Select the Reject, Accept, or Flag for Review in the Action fields.

Step 5
: Click Enable.
 
Step 6: Click Save.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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