Reducing disputes doesn’t happen in a silo — watch our webinar to learn how to create and execute a robust dispute strategy.

Disputes have often been thought of as a cost of doing business. With the rapidly evolving payments landscape, sellers need to re-evaluate their approach to managing disputes. In the past year, in-store shopping has declined as more customers shop online. Now, more than ever, sellers need to work with a dispute strategy.

Lisa Polter-Tennant, SVP of Global Client Relations discusses how businesses can shift their mindset in the fight against disputes by being active in key stages of the transaction life cycle.

  • Pre-Authorization: Minimizing bad transactions and maximizing good ones with the right authentication tools
  • Post Purchase: Enriching the customer experience with data transparency to stop disputes in their tracks
  • Recovery and Analytics: Identifying the right data to improve revenue recovery and inform your dispute strategy
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The last dispute strategy you’ll ever need helps you minimize bad transactions and maximize the good at all stages of the payment life cycle. From managing fraud at pre-authorization to preventing future risk with analytics, our infographic gives you tips on building a complete dispute strategy. Share it today!


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Lisa Tennant
SVP, Global Client Relations

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