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Modifying a Fraud Rule

Change the status of a rule, update or rule or delete a fraud rule

You must have Owner or Administrator privileges to modify a rule.

You can modify any fraud rule the following ways:

  • Edit - Update the conditions or operators of a rule.
  • Change status - Set the rule status to one of the following:
    • Enabled - The rule is active, validated and is in use by Rapyd Protect
    • Disabled - The rule is inactive but validated.
    • Draft - The rule is inactive and not validated.
  • Delete - Permanently remove the rule.

How to Modify a Fraud Rule

From the Rules page"

Tap the three dots on the the rule you want to update.

Choose one of the following:

  • Enable - Enables the rule and validates it. Relevant when the rule is Disabled or Draft.
  • Disable - Disables the rule. Relevant when the rule is Enabled.
  • Edit - Opens the Edit Rule dialog box. See Creating a Fraud Rule.
  • Delete - Removes the rule permanently from the system.
  • Audit Log - The list of the activity related to the rule.
  • Simulate - run a simulation of the rule to know how many transactions it would have flagged over the last 60 days.

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Note

Before you enable a rule, verify that it does not contradict existing enabled rules.

Updated 4 months ago


Modifying a Fraud Rule


Change the status of a rule, update or rule or delete a fraud rule

You must have Owner or Administrator privileges to modify a rule.

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