Here's something funny.... A guy buys a $2,000 product from a site I own. Credit card info matches up with his shipping info and we expedite the product because he is leaving the country in a few days. Very nice of us. Also note this product is a cleaning product and is being shipped to a cleaning company (like some carpet cleaning company). So he must be using his business bank card to buy a product for his business.. Seems Legit right? He then gets the product and signs off for it at the address which matches up to his credit info. We called whoever did the chargeback and it was the exact same guy who had bought the product (since we talked to him because he wanted it expedited). After he receives the product he files a chargeback which basically says he didn't authorize the transaction. It then goes into dispute where I dispute the chargeback because I'm out 2 grand and the product. After 2 months, they decide the buyer wins and give him all his money back. I am told to contact the buyer and ask him for the product back hahaha! The guy doesn't pick up when i call and he left to brazil and he basically got a free $2,000 product. How does this happen? So if anyone wants free products online, basically buy whatever the fuck you want, contact your credit card company and say you didn't authorize that payment (even if it's shipped to your house and signed by you), and you can receive all the free products you want.