Whilst there's no sure way of avoiding disputes from cardholders, there are some things you can do to better protect your business from being exposed to them in the first place.
If you receive an order far above your usual amount, investigate the details a little further. Abnormal behaviour can suggest the customer is trying to purchase with stolen credit cards.
Try to resolve a complaint directly with a customer before they consider disputing the charge with their bank.
Ensure the business name in your Pin Payments account is what your customers would expect to see on their card statement.
Ensure that you retain proof of sale, delivery and any communications that you have with your customer. This will be vital for challenging disputes.
Before shipping expensive purchases, pick-up the phone and speak with your customer or use Easy Card Authentication to verify they're the true cardholder.
Read more in our blog that goes into more detail on each of these strategies Understanding risk for small businesses accepting payments online.