Keeping your credit card program compliant shouldn't be an all-consuming task. BrandVerity’s web compliance monitoring software helps you quickly identify incorrect offers so you can protect brand experiences and avoid regulatory scrutiny.
Credit Card Issuers: Your brand and reputation are on the line every time an offer is out-of-date or incorrect, whether it’s on your site or a partner’s site. BrandVerity monitors all relevant sites, identifies potential issues daily, and simplifies outreach and remediation. We can also monitor the broader web to find incorrect offers on sub-affiliate or non-partner websites.
Credit Card Networks: As trusted partners to credit card issuers, it is critical to make sure your network sites are carefully monitored. Issues need to be found and fixed before brands or consumers ever see them. BrandVerity supports monitoring across multiple credit card programs to ensure content partners meet your high standards.
Credit Card Content Publishers: Without an automated tool, keeping up with frequent rate and rule changes across dozens of credit card offers on thousands of web pages can be a full-time job. With BrandVerity, publishers can monitor all of their credit card content in a fraction of the time.
Daily crawling of credit card offer pages ensures quick identification of issues. On-demand recrawls allow for reevaluation of all pages when offer changes occur.
Automated crawling, risk identification, and on-page highlighting of issues dramatically improve the pace and comprehensiveness of compliance reviews.
Tracking of issue creation and email outreach provides an easily searchable record. Minimize the workload of a future audit with all the documentation at your fingertips.
Compliance managers at credit card issuers, networks, and publishers have the unenviable task of keeping their programs compliant in a constantly changing space. Every time a credit card issuer changes a rate, for example, there is a risk that webpages across the ecosystem of content housed on the web, will be out-of-date. The risk for non-compliance is high and the consequences range from frustrated or misinformed customers to fines and legal action taken by regulatory agencies.