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IP Addresses Miss the Mark on AML and Sanctions Compliance


To meet jurisdictional regulations, you have to identify your customers’ true location. If you’re relying on Internet Protocol (IP) addresses you risk:

  • Serving customers in sanctioned jurisdictions.
  • Applying the wrong country’s laws to a customer or transaction.
  • Missing risk signals that may indicate money laundering or fraud.

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On the other hand, advanced geolocation data (WiFi, GPS, Cellular tower triangulation), accurate to 5 meters, enables you to:

Monitor for suspicious activity by analyzing historical geolocation transactions.


Flag or block users from sanctioned or high-risk jurisdictions with accurate geofencing.


Identify potential signs of money laundering based on suspicious location and device behavior.


Increase your onboarding rate and revenue by differentiating between innocent users and fraudsters.

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Trusted by leading brands and regulators for the past 10 years, GeoComply delivers compliance and security solutions that detect location fraud, ensure jurisdictional sanctions/AML compliance, and help verify a customer’s digital identity. Our technology is supported by risk and fraud teams focused on identifying current and emerging location-based threats, enabling GeoComply to evolve with the compliance and fraud threat landscape. GeoComply was named Fast Company’s 10 most innovative enterprise companies in 2022. GeoComply’s geolocation solutions are installed on over 400 million devices worldwide and analyze 10+ billion transactions annually.

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