Airlines and travel companies suffer from notoriously high bounce rates - now fraudsters add to the challenge.

Getting from A to B has never been easier, but for customers it’s not enough. The payment process must be just as fast and seamless. In the travel industry’s competitive market, it means only those with the best UX can take the edge. With SEON, you can verify users’ identity at signup and the point of sale without slowing them down. Fraud prevention protects your business against chargebacks so you can get your customers exactly where they want to be.

Speed up customer checkout

Transaction or authentification analysis comes with zero effect on user experience. SEON enables dynamic 2FA to improve the UX and minimise costs. Decision making happens in real time, so your sales do not suffer.

Increase conversion

The accuracy of the SEON engine means fewer false positives and higher sale figures. In real-world examples, some eCommerce solutions improved their conversion by up to 10% after implementing our fraud-detection solution.

Slash transaction risks

SEON takes all of the relevant risk vectors into consideration to reduce chargeback rates and friendly fraud - whether you are selling flights, hotel rooms or local experiences around the world, transactions are easily managed with our whitebox solution.

Offer low-risk flexible bookings

SEON’s prevention tools accurately detect anomalies in accounts and transactions data so you get more flexibility with your reservations. Filter out fraudulent accounts and let honest customers book last minute with total peace of mind.

And the best of all?

A fraud prevention system that improves with every use.

The SEON engine fine-tunes its algorithm thanks to machine-learning and human intelligence. Blacklist databases are constantly updated across the network of SEON clients, so fraud prediction results get increasingly accurate overtime.

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