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What Banks or CC are the most accommodating in disputes

What Banks or CC are the most accommodating in disputes

  1. Anonymous

    With all the Home shopping that we are all doing now, returns are inevitable and some merchants make it difficult to return ( generally those that have a poor descriptions) requiring a dispute and needing to get the bank `involved. I have noticed that some banks are ready and willing to give credit to the card holder and dealing with the merchant.
    For example Chase is very accommodating , on the other hand, Barclays and Bank of America are difficult to deal with. Amex is in the middle.
    Have you written an article on this subject, since flying right now is sort of on hiatus.

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