How to Minimize Chargebacks For Subscription Payment Processing

Chargebacks can be parasitic to your subscription revenues, forcing you to not only refund payments, but pay steep fines to do so. In worst case scenarios, your merchant account can be frozen, making it impossible to do business. Read on to discover the four ways chargebacks can affect your bottom line, how to handle the three main types of chargebacks, when you should contest a chargeback, and when you don't need to worry.

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