Re: [registrars] Canceling Renewals?
Patricio Valdes wrote:
> I have to say I agree with you somewhat but not completely.
> On a percentage base, what is the percentage of chargebacks that exceeds 60
> days out of all your chargebacks.
> I would say ours run in the low 1% - 2% of chargebacks.
I'm would rather not say the exact number
but it is much higher than 1-2%.
> Fraudalent chargebacks occur almost within a month since thats when the
> cardholder realizes someone else used his card.
> Patricio Valdes
> Parava Networks
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On
> Behalf Of Larry Erlich
> Sent: Thursday, February 20, 2003 11:29 AM
> To: Bhavin Turakhia
> Cc: 'Gomes, Chuck'; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [registrars] Canceling Renewals?
> Bhavin Turakhia wrote:
> > Infact taking an extension of what you say however, the ideal solution
> > would be if the delete period (period during which a refund is given to
> > a registrar for a new domain/renewal/transfer) was increased to 2
> > months. In that case we as registrars could avoid 100% of the fraud and
> > do better business.
> I don't agree with that. It might solve 95%
> of the NON-FRAUD renewals/registrations but it wouldn't solve the
> FRAUD renewals/registrations. We have had chargebacks that exceed
> 4 to 6 months from the date of the charge. Maybe it is different
> with whatever processor you use.
> Larry Erlich