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Best Practices for Accepting Credit Card Payments

Learn how to best avoid disputes

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Written by Enna
Updated over a week ago

Every time you charge a credit card, you enter a mini agreement with your customer.
As the individual accepting the payment, you're responsible for the amount charged, even if the customer disputes it with their bank. 

We're always here to help in the event of a dispute, and part of that is equipping you with some easy steps to get happier customers, more tips, and fewer disputes. 

Check out our Payment Dispute Overview for more information about the dispute process.

This article series covers the following topics:

  • Checklist for charging customers’ cards

  • Receipts

  • Additional steps for charging customers’ cards remotely 

  • Charge review 

  • Disputes

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