How Chargeback Mitigation Can Reduce Risk and Increase Revenue

For many merchants, chargebacks become a major liability. When chargeback rates start to increase, merchants have two options:
1. They can accept the financial loss as a cost of doing business.

Have Questions about Disputing Chargebacks? Here’s What You Need to Know.

Merchants might have the right to dispute chargebacks, but knowing when and how to execute that right is confusing.
If you have questions about disputing chargebacks,

Is There a Difference Between International and Domestic Chargebacks?

Sometimes, it feels like chargeback terminology is unnecessarily complicated. For example, what is the difference between a domestic chargeback and an international chargeback?
What is the Difference Between International and Domestic Chargebacks?

Handling Chargebacks Isn’t So Bad When You Break It Down Into Four Manageable Steps

Just received another chargeback? Can’t stand to lose one more dispute? Tired of flushing revenue down the drain?
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to start handling chargebacks effectively.

Chargeback Fees Can Seriously Jeopardize a Business’s Longevity—But the Threat is Unnecessary

For each chargeback issued, the acquirer will charge the merchant a nonrefundable chargeback fee.
Depending on the number of chargebacks a merchant experiences,

Why Merchant Bank Statements May Show Surprise Withdrawals

Chargebacks are a bothersome financial burden for all merchants. However, when merchants receive chargebacks without notification, the business suffers unfairly at the hands of friendly fraudsters.

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When the Cardholder Claims Products or Services are Not as Described

Chargebacks are disputes filed by cardholders or issuing banks when there is a discrepancy with a credit card transaction. Each chargeback is assigned a reason code,

Lengthy Cardholder Time Limits Result In Delayed Chargebacks For Merchants

One of the many challenges of chargeback management is unexpected transaction disputes that catch the merchant off guard. These chargebacks often come as a surprise because extended cardholder filing deadlines result in delayed chargebacks for merchants.

What are the Most Common Reasons Cardholders File Chargebacks?

Many merchants accept chargebacks as simply a cost of doing business. Without a clear understanding of what transaction disputes are and the reasons cardholders file chargebacks,

Why Merchants Receive Services Not Provided Chargebacks

Technically, chargebacks are a consumer protection mechanism. They were designed to protect innocent cardholders from fraud. However, many consumers have learned to abuse the chargeback system. Services not provided chargebacks are a perfect example of how merchant rights can easily get violated.

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