MetaStudio is joining a growing list of online lending innovators exhibiting at LEND360, October 11–13, in Dallas, TX. LEND360 brings together the entire ecosystem of online lending, including consumer, small business and marketplace lenders, tech platforms, legal counsel, investors and more. More than 850 online lending professionals from across the globe connect for three days of sharing insights, innovations and information.
“We’re proud to be an exhibitor and delighted for the opportunity,” says Jon Cross, CEO at MetaStudio. “With all the potential customers and contacts there, we expect it to be very lucrative both near and long term for us.”
MetaStudio’s executive team will be on hand at LEND360 to demonstrate MetaStudio’s Lead Verification services. “Online lenders must use cutting edge technology to filter out fraudulent and bogus leads before going down the costly underwriting path. Otherwise, their cost per funded leads sky rocket and their profit margins plummet”, says Cross. MetaStudio’s technology is based on the experience of over 15 years of cyber threat analysis and protection, malware, phish and spam analysis, 40+ years of high tech engineering and 30+ years in National Intelligence. Visit MetaStudio at booth 10 for more information and a hands-on experience of the numerous Lead Verification products and their exceptional benefits to the online lending industry.
MetaStudio is a technology innovator in the online and mobile fraud detection and prevention arena. We strive to aid online fraud/risk managers, lead buyers, and marketing managers by delivering a world-class solution that provides quality, actionable cyber intelligence to help combat fraudulent registrations, bogus leads, account hijacking and organized cyber criminals. MetaStudio is based in Kansas City, MO and serves the lending, insurance, auto finance, affiliate network and lead generation industries. MetaStudio has a reputation for quality, reliability and performance.
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