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Chargebacks needlessly drain profits and threaten a business’s longevity. But with proper management before and after a dispute, merchants can retain more profits and improve their bottom line.
Many merchants view the chargeback as a painful—but unavoidable—side-effect of doing business. This belief is triggered by some pretty devastating facts.
The chargebacks your business sustains are part of an $11.8 billion problem. And nearly 90% of all your chargebacks are fraudulently filed.
The cardholder requests a refund from the bank—not from you.
If your business receives too many chargebacks, the bank will simply terminate your merchant account—that means, you’ll be out of business.
Your business needs proactive chargeback management, implementing prevention techniques that have proven results and response efforts that win back profits.
This style of chargeback management is complex and time consuming—but is an essential part of survival.
Fortunately, Chargebacks911 can help.
Your business will enjoy a hands-off approach to chargeback management. We’ll create an effective chargeback prevention strategy and provide response services to any disputes your business does receive.
Chargebacks911 offers services you won’t find anywhere else in the industry. Our unique, proactive approach ensures your business will retain more profits than you would have ever thought possible!
Don’t worry about paying a start-up fee—we don’t charge one. You won’t have to wait months to see results—you’ll be up and running in about 24 hours. And don’t expect to pay a fortune—you’ll only be charged for the services you use.
Get Back to Doing What You Do Best
It’s time to get back to doing what you do best—obtain new customers and satisfy the ones you have. You focus on your core competencies; we’ll manage the chargebacks.
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