When the natural language communications of a protected party, the communication is monitored, and the protected party is a human being. The monitored communication is analysed by a natural-language processing system to identify a natural interaction between the protected and unprotected parties. To determine an interaction pattern, the natural language interaction is examined. The pattern of interaction is composed of the information from the monitored communication, metadata about the party that is protected and information about the second party. An interaction behavior model and the pattern of interaction are used to predict an adverse outcome of natural language interactions. The negative result is an economic loss to the protected party. The prediction that is negative is stopped by notifying the protected party.

The marketing of products or services can often be done via a telecommunications network (for example, via phone) or even in person (for instance, visiting the target market in your home). The marketer is usually the one initiating the communication. When a successful marketing engagement is made that is successful, the marketer convinces a marketer to make a purchase or sign up for a service or enter a raffle in exchange for providing personal or financial information or other information, and so on. In addition, while many marketinginteractions have a legitimate purpose, some are fraudulent. Non-marketing interactions can also have a fraudulent purpose, such as attempts to gain access to private information for an illegitimate reason.

The illustrated embodiments offer the method, system and computer program product. One embodiment includes a method for monitoring, via monitoring natural language messages between parties that are protected, the communications. The party that is protected is a human being. A method detects, in the monitored communication that a natural language interaction occurs between the protectedparty and the second party by through a naturallanguage processing system. An embodiment analyzes, in order to identify an interaction pattern, or the natural language interaction, the pattern of interaction that is derived from the monitored communications, metadata of the protected party, as well as metadata from the second party. A particular embodiment forecasts, using the interactionpattern and an interaction model, negative outcomes from the natural language interaction which results in an economic loss for the party being protected. The invention intercepts the negative result by notifying the affected person.

An embodiment includes an computer-usable program product. The computer usable program product includes one or more computers-readable storage devices and instructions for programming stored on at the very least several storage devices.

Computer systems are included in an embodiment. The computer system includes one or more processors, one or more memory devices that are computer-readable as well as one or more computer-readable storage devices, and program instructions stored on one of the storage devices to be executed by one of the one or more processors through at least one of the memory devices.

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