Metroplitan city stole up to $24 million in paper checks from the mailboxes
A recent crime incident in Charlotte, North Carolina is an example of the growing check fraud issue that the United States Postal Service must contend with. A postal worker in the southern Metroplitan city stole up to $24 million in paper checks from the mailboxes of ordinary citizens and businesses, which included $8 million in U.S. Treasury Checks. Fox Business.com reported that due to these rising thefts within the postal mail system, online banking and electronic payments are becoming the safest option for Americans to send and receive money. Piie’s Intelligent routing engine contributes to the solution of this rising crime issue by providing streamlined security with its modern, instantaneous digital payment choices for customers, eliminating the need for paper checks and its manual processes. Leveraging robust networks, Piie can deliver funds through real-time payment systems operations by large networks reducing the chance of fraud.