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Chargeback

A chargeback is a reversal of a previously made transaction on a credit card. The most common examples are when a consumer asks for their money back because they received defective goods, did not receive a service that they paid for, or were defrauded. Chargebacks happen in business transactions also, but they’re most common with consumers.

No credit checks or founder guarantee, with 10-20x higher limits.
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