Aviation ARC helps law enforcement agencies nab ticket scammers By Jamie Biesiada / June 27, 2017 Share 1 -- ARC participated in a law enforcement operation, Global Airport Action Days, from June 6-8 that sought to identify and arrest people suspected of using airline tickets bought with a stolen or fake credit card. ARC said it provided fraud intelligence from its ticket transaction database to locate fraud suspects at 230 airports worldwide.A number of law enforcement agencies worked to arrest the suspects after they were denied boarding. ARC said the operation produced 312 leads; 150 suspects were arrested.The action was coordinated from operational centers at Europol in the Netherlands, the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore, and Ameripol in Bogota, Colombia. It was supported by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and U.S. and Canadian law enforcement agencies."ARC's risk management department is dedicated to protecting the interests and mitigating the losses of participating stakeholders, a goal shared by the law enforcement agencies involved in the Global Airport Action Days," said Doug Nass, ARC's risk management manager. "We were able to disrupt the fraudsters who target travel agencies on a daily basis."