Types of Bypass Fraud

Here is an easy and quick illustration of different types of Bypass Fraud.

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SIM Box Fraud Illustration
  • Bypass Fraud

SIM Box Fraud (On-Net)

International Bypass Fraud or SIM Box Fraud is still one of the most common and most revenue- damaging types of fraud for telecom operators worldwide. Traditional methods of detection are not effective in stopping this type of fraud. Telecom Operators need to equip themselves with more pro-active systems that will achieve real-time detection and prevention.

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SIM Box Fraud (Off-Net)

Fraudsters take advantage of running fraud operations located in an Off-Net telecom network, over which the terminating operator has little control. What are the options for the terminating operator then? What controls can be put in place to combat this growing trend of SIM Box Fraud?

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Off-Net SIM Box Fraud
CLI Masking or Refiling Fraud
  • Bypass Fraud

CLI Masking or Refiling Fraud

Refiling is another common type of Bypass Fraud faced by telecom operators that can be difficult to detect or mitigate. Similar to Off-Net Bypass Fraud, the problem is compounded when competitors are involved in the fraud.

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OTT Hijack

Telecom Operators are facing the issue of fraudsters hijacking legitimate international GSM calls and routing them through popular Over-The-Top apps. Through this method, the terminating operator is completely bypassed and the call is terminated via the Internet through one of the OTT apps.

OTT Hijack Bypass Fraud
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