Chargebacks were created to protect customers’ rights, but that doesn’t mean that its main goal is to hurt merchants. Did you know that you, as a merchant, also have chargeback rights?
Chargebacks are a fast-growing threat, especially when they are used by customers with malicious intent. What is chargeback fraud, how can you fight back, and what can you do to mitigate the number of customers issuing such chargebacks?
Adam Zamecki, our sales director, was a guest of the latest episode of The Payments Show Podcast. He talked about increasing revenue, the security of online payments, industry predictions, and the future of payment processing. Read on to learn more.
Selecting a credit card processor is not the easiest task, and the same goes for providers that offer a subscription merchant account. When do you need a recurring merchant account, and what are the benefits of having one?
As an online dating merchant, you know how much time and money it costs to convert a casual user into a paying customer—as such, it’s crucial to get your payment form user experience just right.
Involuntary churn can have you see up to a 5% loss in monthly billings, generating losses in customers and revenue. Learn what exactly causes this phenomenon and what you can do to prevent it from occurring.
If you’re wondering whether you really need a special high risk merchant account, read on to find out why the answer to that question is a definite “Yes”, and learn what to look for when choosing the best payment processor for your high risk business.
Dating companies that process card-not-present transactions on their websites need a dating merchant account and a reliable payment gateway that will help them keep their business away from the fraudsters. So, how to get a dating merchant account?
If you run an online business with a higher risk of chargebacks and want to process credit card transactions, you need a high-risk merchant account. But what is a high-risk merchant account and how do you know you need one?
A chargeback is a form of customer protection, but some customers may want to use it in a tricky way, not always with good intentions. This is why you should learn about the most common chargeback reasons.