Essex, UK. 26 June 2018: Loss prevention expert, The Chargeback Company, rolls out the “Chargeback Charity Challenge”, pledging to donate funds to various charities all over the globe every week for the next year.
“We’re encouraging other business leaders to join us in this challenge,” said Monica Eaton-Cardone, co-founder and CIO of The Chargeback Company. “There are so many incredible organisations in desperate need of our support. If we all work together, we can make a real difference to this world that faces many threats.”
According to Eaton-Cardone, the charity challenge demonstrates the core values of the global chargeback risk mitigation company, she said:
“We started this company to help others; innocent merchants were being victimised by chargeback fraud and we had the solution. Helping others is what we’re all about, it’s the reason we’ve been so successful. Now, we can do even more to help others – it’s the ultimate win-win.”
The company, which identifies the true source of payment disputes and helps proactively prevent fraud, will be selecting a charity at random each week. Charities seeking assistance are encouraged to use the hashtag ‘#ChargebackCharityChallenge’ to increase their chances of being chosen.
Winners will be announced every Wednesday on Twitter. To watch the challenge roll out over the next 52 weeks, follow: @ChargebackCo and @Chargebacks911.
About The Chargeback Company:
The Chargeback Company, known as Chargebacks911 in the US, safeguards over 2.4 billion online transactions every year, representing clients in 87 different countries. As industry-leading innovators, The Chargeback Company is credited with developing the most effective strategies for helping businesses maximise revenue and reduce loss in a variety of industries and sectors within the payments space. It is the first global company fully dedicated to mitigating chargeback risk and eliminating chargeback fraud, and has won the Customer Choice Award for Best Chargeback Management Solution at the CardNotPresent Awards for three years in succession.