Visa to Acquire Verifi
Expanded chargeback capabilities will deliver greater transparency and insight to help buyers and sellers resolve disputes quickly
Today’s standard process by which transaction disputes are resolved – called a chargeback – provides information about a transaction through various offline channels and platforms. Verifi’s industry leading technology solutions save valuable time and resources by connecting all parties in the dispute management process in near real-time to resolve disputes before they become a chargeback. Verifi serves more than 25,000 accounts around the world.
Visa will integrate Verifi’s enhanced chargeback tools with Visa’s risk management services, including those delivered by CardinalCommerce and CyberSource. Buyers, sellers, issuers and acquirers will benefit from greater automation, near real-time communication and data-driven insights through every stage of the customer journey.
“As the way people pay and get paid continues to evolve, the way buyers and sellers communicate to resolve transaction disputes must also keep up with this rapid pace of commerce. The addition of Verifi’s technology to Visa’s risk management solutions will introduce greater collaboration and insights to help resolve disputes quickly,” said
“Verifi has been a leader and trusted partner for the payments industry for years. We pride ourselves in delivering technology and tools that improve communication and insights through the dispute management process to prevent unwanted chargebacks,” said
Closing of the transaction is subject to required regulatory approvals and other customary closing conditions.
Since 2005, Verifi has been a leader in the payments industry, providing innovative, end-to-end payment protection solutions that minimize fraud risk and eliminate chargebacks. Verifi creates strategic, adaptive technologies for merchants, payment facilitators, acquirers, and issuers, building sustaining partnerships to deliver value, increase profits, and promote brand growth. Visit: verifi.com
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