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Simply put, a chargeback is a transaction in reverse. Rather than putting money into your account, it takes money out. You have to pay a fee for every chargeback, plus, if you get too many, your processing account could be closed. Here are some steps that may help you to reduce the amount of chargebacks you receive:
A fraudulent transaction can cost a business the sale as well as the stock or services exchanged. Here are five steps to help you avoid credit card fraud.
Key to the success of any business is accepting payments for goods and services. That said, however you trade, whatever your business might be, every credit or debit card transaction you process involves sensitive cardholder information that has to be stored and transmitted securely.