False negatives are the opposite of false positives. In this case, when a check is performed, the match of criteria is not detected even though it exists.

In the area of fraud prevention, this is therefore a fraudulent transaction that is not recognized and accepted as a “good” order. You should also try to keep the false negative rate as low as possible, as these transactions are exactly the ones that result in payment defaults for your business. Learn how to use your fraud prevention effectively without generating false negatives: https://riskident.com/en/whats-fraud/

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