Do you know why it’s best to never dispute a chargeback? Or that Account Updater can significantly reduce your credit card churn? Or that Visa and Mastercard have taken a strong stance against $1 pre-authorization charges and mandated $0 pre-auths instead?
Most subscription site executives know the answer to some of these questions, but not all. Recurring billing is complex for card-not-present transactions, especially since new methods of payments (debit cards, eChecks, direct debit, mobile wallets) seem to keep popping up.
That’s why we’ve invited payment processing expert Paul Larsen to our Subscription Site Summit May 8-9th in New York City. Paul, an active member on Subscription Site Insider’s discussion forum, will discuss the key mistakes most subscription site executives make, as well as update attendees on the latest data/regulations that will affect their businesses. And he’s graciously agreed to an extended Q&A session so that attendees can ask all their very specific, very detailed payment processing questions.
For those of you who don’t know Paul, he’s has been a consultant specializing in card-not-present subscription billing for years. He spent 11 years on the merchant side leading the battle against churn for Synapse Group, the world’s largest magazine subscription company. His firm, Paul Larsen Consulting, delivers payments optimization to subscription merchants and counts Audible.com, Consumer Reports, Disney, Guthy-Renker and Financial Times among its 60 active customers.
So if you’ve got a question about payment processing, come meet Paul at the Subscription Site Summit. And if you buy your ticket before February 28th, you’ll save $200.00!