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<p>Part 5: Preventing Chargebacks with Security and Verification</p>
<p>In part <span style=”text-decoration: underline;”><a href=”https://blog.cboss.com/chargeback-management-part4″>4</a></span>, it was stated that chargeback management isn’t all about security codes and PCI protocol, while this is true, they are still a pivotal piece of the chargeback management puzzle. While the tips in the last post were designed to help reduce chargebacks related to customer complaints, these tips will help reduce fraud related chargebacks. This post will discuss security and verification best practices that will help to keep your systems secure and your customers’ information safe.</p>
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