This paper proposes a method to detect bank frauds using a mixed approach combining a stochastic intensity model with the probability of fraud observed on transactions. It is a dynamic unsupervised approach which is able to predict financial frauds. The fraud prediction probability on the financial transaction is derived as a function of the dynamic intensities. In this context, the Kalman filter method is proposed to estimate the dynamic intensities. The application of our methodology to financial datasets shows a better predictive power in higher imbalanced data compared to other intensity-based models.