Consumers are able to cancel their payment with all payments made by Credit card and PayPal. Sometimes, customers cancel their payment after they have received your products or services. In that case, it is up to you to prove you have actually delivered in order to receive payment.
Payments that can be reversed:
Payments that cannot be undone:
First and foremost, try to communicate with your customer to come to a solution or a compromise. If this is not successful, you can contact your payment provider.
EasyWebshop is not a payment provider, we never receive and manage payments from our customers and their customers. Therefore, we cannot be held responsible in case of fraud, and we won't be able to provide compensation. Please contact your bank or payment provider if you want to recover your money.
Some payment providers collect personal information of consumers to build a spending profile. To protect your customers' privacy, we only send data required by a payment provider to process a payment:
|Requested payment method||PayPal, Bitcoin, Sofort|
|Currency||BTC, EUR, USD|
|Language interface||English, German, Spanish|
With post-pay methods, we do however send your customer's address data to the payment provider. This is because a customer credit check is needed.
You can add a payment cost for some payment options to compensate for the loss in case of fraud and to cover for the additional administration. Just make sure that your customers can choose at least one payment option for which they do not have to pay extra.
If you want to avoid the risk of chargebacks completely, we recommend only using direct payment methods
Sometimes, customers claim that they have paid their order, or that they want their product quickly and do not want to wait for the bank transfer to complete. Be careful: a bank statement can easily be Photoshopped!
For online shops - especially when selling to consumers - it is common to send the products only after payment has been received.