Understanding How Subuno Works
Action Flags are assigned to transactions after they have gone through Subuno Rules Engine for screening. Depending on which rule is triggered, each transaction is assigned “ACCEPT”, “REJECT”, or “MANUAL REVIEW” action flag. Transactions flagged for “MANUAL REVIEW” will be placed in your Review Queue for further review and analysis.
If no rule is triggered, then the transaction is assigned a default action.
In the event that multiple rules with different action flags are triggered by a single transaction, the ultimate action flag assigned is based on your action priority, which can be found/set in your settings.
The Rules/Decision Engine allows you to create rules to automatically process and screen your transactions based on your business needs. Each transaction that comes into Subuno is run through your Rules/Decision Engine, and assigned an action flag.
Not all rules are run at once. Priority 1 rules are run as a group, then Priority 2, then Priority 3. If a transaction triggers a rule, it is assigned an action flag. It will not continue to be run through the next group of rules.
THIRD PARTY SERVICES
To help merchants further reduce their risks, Subuno has partnered with third party data service providers to provide additional data analytics. Subuno rules can be built with these data analytics to be run automatically. Third party services may also be used manually during manual review.
The usage of third party services is based on your actual usage (i.e. number of queries you make), and is not included in the monthly Subuno subscription fees.