Fraud and payment specialist heads up MoneyMatrix launch

Fraud and payment specialist heads up MoneyMatrix launch

Monday, March 6, 2017
The payment and risk management system was launched by EveryMatrix

Sandra Barton, a fraud and payment specialist within the online gaming industry, is looking forward to “long and successful partnerships” with clients of MoneyMatrix, the payment service and risk management system launched by EveryMatrix last week.

Headed up by Barton since November 2015, MoneyMatrix has been designed to improve risk management capabilities and KYC functions for the online gaming industry. Major card processors, e-wallet vouchers and localised payment options have been integrated on to the system, which has been described by management as “more than a standard payment gateway.”

Barton told TotallyGaming.com: "MoneyMatrix, has been one of the most challenging and rewarding projects I have had the pleasure to work on. It is an amazing achievement for me to have taken this company from concept to a financially regulated entity.

"We a fantastic product built by people who have worked in the gambling industry for a long time and understand the challenges and needs of that business. We have cultivated great partnerships to provide an amazing portfolio of solutions.

"A lot of years of experience and hard work by an amazing team has driven this project to fruition. We look forward to long and successful partnerships with all our future clients."

Totally Gaming says: MoneyMatrix has come to fruition after more than a year under the stewardship of Sandra Barton, formerly the Head of Risk Investigations at Betfair and Head of Payments Risk and Compliance at BetVictor. The new product, which satisfies the EveryMatrix objective "To Make Payment Processing Simple", also includes transaction monitoring, risk system technologies and customer verification.

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