[thelist] eCommerce - transaction status [OT]
barney.carroll at gmail.com
Thu Apr 23 19:25:54 CDT 2009
Theoretical best practice for your own sake as opposed to prosecutable.
2009/4/24 Brian Cummiskey <brian at hondaswap.com>
> Jack Timmons wrote:
> > On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 6:00 PM, Brian Cummiskey <brian at hondaswap.com>
> >> It is illegal to charge a credit card before the item has shipped.
> > I would have to argue this. We've done business for the past 15 years
> > charge first then shipping. Nothing ever mentioned about it being
> > illegal.
> > Where's your evidence of such? Is it a state thing? As Hassan said,
> > how could you ever ensure they're actually paying you?
> page 126 of the PDF
> Reason Code 30: Services Not Provided or Merchandise
> Not Received
> The card issuer received a claim from a cardholder that merchandise or
> ordered were not received or that the cardholder cancelled the order as
> the result
> of not receiving the merchandise or services by the expected delivery date
> The merchant:
> · Billed for the transaction before shipping the merchandise
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