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Creating a product with a " No money back disclaimer "

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by WorkHardL0veLife, Sep 16, 2012.

  1. WorkHardL0veLife

    WorkHardL0veLife Regular Member

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    Am i in the clear of any unsatisfied customers who want a refund for my ebook? Or would this just cause even larger issues? Or is having a no money back disclaimer against clickbank.. if so should i use another billing processor? I just want a no money back / all deals are final type of situation
     
  2. outofblues

    outofblues Newbie

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    Try targeting ebooks that people might not want to return. It's the best advice I can give you.
     
  3. mrpasta

    mrpasta Newbie

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    You won't be able to stop chargebacks, even with that policy (because with an ebook there is no way to prove it was delivered which is what you'll need to win a chargeback. Showing that you emailed out the ebook won't be valid). A chargeback is worse than a refund because not only do you lose the sale, but you get the chargeback fee too (which can be $50).

    It's better just to refund anyone who isn't satisfied. I'd throw up a 15 day policy and just expect a few refunds. That's life (some customers are just dicks).

    Good luck!
     
  4. Zapdos

    Zapdos Power Member

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    A high chargeback rate may also get you banned from the processor or incur higher fees.

    Offer refunds, you can't win on digital sales.