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Signifyd is an American privately held company that provides a worldwide fraud and chargeback prevention technology. The company operates as an software as a service (SaaS) company for online vendors, online retailers and marketplaces, for which it charges a fee in exchange for services such as Chargeback recovery and Fraud Protection.[1]

The company was founded in 2011 by Mike Liberty and Rajesh Ramanand who both formerly worked at PayPal.[2] The company reported that it had in 2019 more than 10,000 merchants, supporting more than 250 million shoppers worldwide.[3]


Signifyd's funding includes a combined $185 million from the 5 funding rounds.

Funding Rounds[4]
Announced Date Transaction Name Number of Investors Money Raised
May 31, 2018 Series D - Signifyd 8 $100M
May 4, 2017 Series C - Signifyd 3 $56M
Feb 25, 2016 Series B - Signifyd 7 $20M
Jun 22, 2015 Series A - Signifyd 7 $7M
Dec 19, 2012 Seed Round - Signifyd 11 $2M