Stripe Chargeback Protection

Defend your business from the unpredictability of disputes

#4 Product of the DayJune 03, 2019
Introducing Stripe Chargeback Protection:
πŸ›‘οΈ Avoid the unpredictability of fraudulent disputes
πŸ‘› Get reimbursed for the disputed amount and dispute fee
πŸ™… Forget about evidence submission
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My first job was at a video game startup a decade ago. We sold virtual goods. The biggest problem: Chargebacks. Every chargeback cost us $10 regardless of the purchase amount (i.e. a $2 microtransaction cost us $10) and literal paper shuffling. Glad to see Stripe combat this. πŸ™ŒπŸΌ
@rrhoover amazing and this is the only thing pushing me back from using stripe or any card processing platform, but now this is truly a breakthrough and innovation. Thanks Stripe
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@rrhoover @ucefkh Don't hesitate to ping me if you need any help getting set up with Stripe! :)
@rrhoover @edwinwee yes please I really need to get back and finish my Stripe Atlas Application :) for my startup 01TEK.com
I’m the PM on Chargeback Protection. Startups told us they don’t want to deal with the hassle and unpredictability of chargebacks; that’s why we built this. Happy to answer any questions you have.
@eeke_de_milliano this sounds awesome I'll tag you for now but will get back in touch soon!
@eeke_de_milliano But most startups don't use Checkout?
@eeke_de_milliano @_laurentperrier sooooo ... I'm a start up, and using stripe ... sheesh (I am not tech) ... so what would you use?
@eeke_de_milliano Love the idea. I saw that you need to install the new checkout to qualify. We use Squarespace commerce. Do you know if their checkout qualifies for this?
@eeke_de_milliano @ranjit_ghoshal You use Stripe, but most likely you're not using Stripe Checkout. You're most likely using the API either directly or through a third-party.
seems like a cool idea, but 0.4% extra fees sounds very expensive
@_jacksmith Third party services often charge 1%, so 0.4% isn't too bad.
I'm not impressed by this. Stripe has been steadily increasing their fees, but most people don't notice. If you're a SaaS business, in the original version of Stripe, you would pay 30 cents + 2.9% of each transaction. When they rebranded that product to Stripe Billing, it became 30 cents + 3.9%. I just checked their pricing again, and seems that it's been lowered to 30 cents + 3.3%. And now if you want this insurance, as many are correctly calling it, it's another 0.4% so 3.7%.
This seems like an insurance-style solution? Depending on the amount of chargebacks and your transaction volume, even 0.4% can add up. We use Chargehound for automating this process, and only get charged a % of the recovered funds, which seems far simpler.
@fascinated Never heard of chargehound. This is awesome. Thanks.