LifeinAsia - 4:30 pm on Feb 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
Basically a company like paypal that will accept credit cards and pro-actively deals with confirming payments and takes liability as a result.
You think PayPal actually does this? Yeah, right! Take a closer look at their so-called "Seller Protection"- it is full of loopholes.
If a company like this exists, expect to pay a hefty premium for it. Especially if you are at a high risk for CBs, as you seem to be.
I'm totally unwilling to accept the risk of chargebacks
Then you should consider a different line of business. There are steps you can take to minimize CBs, but not eliminate them. There will always be new ways for fraudsters to game the system.