What are disputes and chargebacks?
What is a dispute or a chargeback?
It is a transaction reversal and occurs when a buyer requests the return of funds from a purchase to his financial institution.
What should I consider before opening a dispute?
Many online buyers often decide to start a dispute without taking into consideration the time and bureaucracies that a chargeback entails.
Opening a dispute will lock your Rebtel account until the case is resolved. You might also experience payment issues on online platforms. All payments and disputes are tracked by online payment providers.
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Things to consider when starting a dispute:
- A chargeback is a legal process that can take up to 90 days. The period depends on the financial institution.
- For security reasons, your access to your Rebtel account will remain restricted until the case is resolved.
- A chargeback must include correct and justified evidence from both parties.
- The funds will not be deposited until the financial institution decides that one of the parties is right. Payments considered by a customer as "unauthorized" or "unfair" must comply with Rebtel's refund policy and Terms of service.
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