How to Adapt Your Strategy to the Ever-Changing World of Chargebacks

Chargebacks
Management
Management/mitigation
Gabe McGloin -- Verifi; Corey Murphy -- CarTrawler; Jacqueline Hart -- Patreon; Miguel Schwartz -- Riskified
Oct 14, 2020
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At MRC Virtual 2020, a panel discussed developments in dispute management as well as chargeback trends observed since the onset of COVID-19 in the first quarter of the year. Opportunities for more effective mitigation strategies and cardholder experience enhancements were also featured.

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