“Chargebacks” Posts

How to Reduce Chargebacks With Remote Signature Capture

How to Reduce Chargebacks With Remote Signature Capture

Welcome to PJ University, where we teach you how to use PayJunction like a pro. Today’s lesson is how to capture remote signatures and reduce chargebacks. If you ever need to dispute a chargeback, you will have to show the credit card company your customer’s signature for the transaction. Merchants who use traditional terminals for card-not-present transactions have to fax forms to their customers to collect a signature, which is a hassle. But with PayJunction’s remote signature capture, it’s fast and easy. Here’s how to collect a remote signature. Let’s start by processing a…

Why EMV Fallback Is a Risk for Your Business

Why EMV Fallback Is a Risk for Your Business

Let’s paint two seemingly harmless scenarios for you. A customer comes into your business and attempts to pay for a purchase with an EMV chip card. The transaction fails despite your terminal being EMV certified, so you decide to proceed by allowing the customer to swipe his chip card. The transaction can’t be processed properly because your EMV terminal isn’t certified to process EMV transactions or doesn’t have an EMV slot. You work around this by asking the customer to swipe the chip card instead. Great, you got paid! However, both of these examples illustrate an…

Will an Electronic Signature Hold Up in Court?

Will an Electronic Signature Hold Up in Court?

In the age of convenience, it’s no surprise that documents — and even signatures — are being digitized. In comparison to the old process of mailing documents to obtain a signature or requiring a customer to visit your business, digital signatures offer an efficiency boon for businesses and customers alike. You’ve likely shopped at a business that had an electronic PIN pad that prompted you to sign on the screen instead of printed receipt paper. If you’re a business owner, this likely prompted you to wonder, “Are electronic signatures as legally binding as traditional paper signatures?” If you’re…

How to Fight a Chargeback (and Win)

How to Fight a Chargeback (and Win)

Credit card fraud is bad for everyone but the fraudster. As a consumer, you might spot fraudulent transactions on your credit card statement that send you into a panic. You’re anxious to receive financial reimbursement, safeguard your identity and determine how your payment information was obtained. Businesses stand to face huge losses as well: They absorbed 38 percent of U.S. fraud losses in 2014, totaling $2.95 billion. If a business can’t properly fight the fraud, it takes the loss. The trend isn’t letting up. Monthly fraud attempts and the percent of revenue lost to fraud…