There are several simple steps you can take to make sure your credit card statement is
accurate. The first thing you should do is check your receipts. Make sure you have
receipts for everything listed on your credit card statement.
Look for chargebacks
If you’re running an ecommerce business, you should be looking for chargebacks. A
chargeback occurs when a customer disputes a charge on their credit card statement. If
you have a lot of chargebacks, it can affect your ability to accept credit cards and your
Check for charges that aren’t yours
Have you ever checked your credit card statement and noticed charges that you don’t
recognize? If so, you’re not alone. It’s important to regularly check your credit card
statement to ensure that there are no charges that weren’t yours.
Make sure your totals are correct at the end of the month
It’s best to reconcile your credit card statement after you’ve paid off your credit card bill.
If you wait until you’ve paid off your credit card bill, you’ll know the exact amount of
money that’s been taken from your account. This is something that I’ve seen come up
time and time again as a mistake that people make. They think they’re doing everything
right but they don’t check their totals at the end of the month.
There are many ways you can avoid being overcharged by a merchant. By checking your
credit card statement carefully, you can ensure that you are not being charged for
something you do not owe. Get a free consultation.