chargeback


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chargeback

(ˈtʃɑːdʒˌbæk)
n
(Banking & Finance) the return of funds by a seller to a buyer's debit or credit card account
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In contrast, because of Visa/MasterCard chargeback provisions, credit card transactions are effectively not final for up to three months after delivery of the good or service.
The Fly understands that the average chargeback rate in the bookmaking industry is one per cent.
Having the ability to monitor and enforce storage usage policies and plan and manage capacity through ActiveHTML trending, chargeback, and cleanup reports enables our customers to optimize their storage systems and further lower their overall storage total cost of ownership."
The cost chargeback is also consistent with the transfer-pricing policies of many U.S.
has released an enhanced version of its sales and bonus commissions system, Alltel's Commissions System, which gives communications carriers an automated method of calculating employee commissions on highly flexible sales plans, a variety of bonus options, and multiple chargeback methods.
This doesn't mean that chargeback has to be adversarial.
The method used for allocating nonrecourse deductions is the use of a procedure referred to as a "minimum gain chargeback." Minimum gain is defined as the excess of the nonrecourse liability over the adjusted basis of the property it encumbers.
Also, the regulations may have to contain a "minimum gain chargeback" provision under temporary regulation section 1.7041T(b)(4)(iv)(d) when special allocations of nonrecourse deductions are provided.
USE OF CHARGEBACK SYSTEMS IN THE ALLOCATION OF COMPUTER DEPARTMENTS
M2 EQUITYBITES-June 3, 2019--Stripe offers chargeback protection services
The company said it supports policies that lower out-of-pocket costs for patients and stands ready to support a transition to a patient-centered model with distributors serving as chargeback administrators for a January 1, 2020, start.
- Provides complete transparency so pharmacies can see manufacturer rebates and chargeback payments on a per-prescription basis;