advanced analyticsfor credit card chargebacks

advanced chargeback analytics
Introduces a methodology for performing chargeback monitoring and analytics including: how to classify chargebacks in terms of the underlying operational business functions from where they arise; performing chargeback impact analysis and interpreting chargeback data to identify specific problems to include types of fraud attacks.

The following is an advanced course and requires core knowledge or training on the subject matter to understand the course material.

  • Course synopsis. This is an advanced course building on the Introduction to Credit Card Chargebacks course. If you don’t have a good fundamental understanding of chargebacks we would recommend you take the Introduction to Credit Card Chargebacks course prior to taking this course. The Advanced Analytics for Credit Card Chargebacks training course introduces a methodology for performing chargeback monitoring and analytics including: how to classify chargebacks in terms of the underlying operational business functions from where they arise; performing chargeback impact analysis and interpreting chargeback data to identify specific problems to include types of fraud attacks.
  • what can you expect to get out of this course? (1) How can I classify chargebacks by the functional area from which they occurred, and what are those operational areas? (2) How do I perform chargeback impact analysis and what key metrics, such as the chargeback tail, are used? (3) What patterns or trends do I look for in chargeback data to identify fraud attacks or business inefficiencies?
  • Training Objectives: (1) Be able to classify any chargeback that comes in by its Type and by the Operational Area from where it occurred. (2) Understand key metrics such as the chargeback tail, be able to calculate these metrics and perform impact analyses. (3) Understand what signals and chargebacks would be present following different types of fraud attacks, new marketing programs and launching a new product.
  • Expected time to complete the course: 140 minutes (includes session tests and final exam).
  • course access & availability. Unrestricted - Online, In-House and Webinar
  • Pricing & Online enrolment. Take this course online for only $400 by enrolling now.
  • This is an advanced course building on the Introduction to Credit Card Chargebacks course. If you don’t have a good fundamental understanding of chargebacks we would recommend you take the Introduction to Credit Card Chargebacks course prior to taking this course.
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