The transaction was authenticated with Verified by Visa.
Advise your card processor that the transaction was Verified by Visa-authenticated at time of authorization.
You have already processed a credit or reversal for the transaction.
Provide documentation of the credit or reversal; include the amount and the date it was processed.
For further details, refer to the Compelling Evidence Chart in Dispute Management Guidelines for Visa Merchants.
The cardholder no longer disputes the transaction.
Provide a letter or email from the cardholder that states they no longer dispute the transaction.
How to avoid this dispute in the future.
- For card-absent transactions, consider using all available Visa tools such as Verified by Visa, CVV2 and the Address Verification Service (AVS) to help reduce fraud. Contact your card processor for more information on these important risk-management tools.
- Always request authorization for mail order, telephone order, internet, and recurring transactions, regardless of the dollar amount.
- Always make sure you properly identify card present and card absent transactions.