aleksl - 3:35 pm on Mar 17, 2010 (gmt 0)
Or is that non-delivery meaning a customer stating they never received merchandise when indeed the merchandise had been delivered?
yes, that is the most common fraud of them all, we see it on cheaper orders that sometimes ship without signature guarantee. Happens all the time.
But sometimes we get these fraudulent customers too. And on a rare occasion, we even win a chargeback case. Win some, loose some.
incrediBill: Make the government force the bank to eat those charges and you'll be entering PIN #s and pressing "1" to authorize sales in no time at all.
Most common CC fraud will be gone just that fast.