Everything About Payment Processing

What is a chargeback?

A chargeback is a payment refund officially claimed by a cardholder from his/her bank or card issuer. Your customer may make a complaint to his/her financial institution about the order and dispute the payment transaction. This usually leads to an immediate refund; that is why, merchants are supposed to be prepared for the risk of a chargeback. Learn more about chargebacks.

Frequently Asked Questions

Useful Resources

Here you can find additional resources that may help you in the process and tell you more about payment processing.

  • Check our industries list and find out more information about what types of businesses can be accepted and what types are prohibited.
  • In order to start accepting card payments, you need to follow some requirements. We made them available to every online merchant.
  • Certain business types are not allowed to process card payments. Here you can find the list of prohibited business activities.
  • Follow our blog to get to know more about Cardinity, e-commerce and online payments as well as stay up to date with news from us.

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