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Who We Serve
Adult Content / Dating
CBD / Delta-8 / Cannabis Adjacent
Credit Repair / ID Protection
Direct Marketing / MLM
Mail Forwarding / Junk Mail Elimination
Merchant Lenders / Tribal Lending Nutraceuticals
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Seminars / Educational / Leadership / Coaching
Smoke Shops / Head Shops
Super PACs / Crowdfunding
Tax ID Services
Telemedicine / Online Pharmacies / Medical Consultations
Timeshare Relief / Cancellation
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Determine if Your Business is High Risk
Here are all the factors payment processors typically use to determine if you're business is considered high risk
Fraud & Chargeback Rates – Businesses with a high chargeback or fraud rate are automatically classified as high-risk by banks and payment processors. Businesses with a chargeback ratio over 1% are usually considered high-risk. Chargebacks can occur for any number of reasons, from customers forgetting they signed up to getting billed without their consent.
Types Of Products And Services – Products such as software, tickets, seasonal items, etc. can point to a business with more unusual or inconsistent revenues. Payment processors consider this a very red flag and a sign of financial uncertainty.
Reputational Risk – Companies that deal with sensitive customer information may suffer reputational consequences. This includes companies in the adult and tech sectors.
Recurring Payments – Certain business models with high instances of chargebacks or fraud can send a warning signal to payment processors. A common example is recurring or subscription-based providers, with an increased risk of chargebacks, identity theft, and account takeovers.
Monthly Sales Volumes or Transaction Value – Financial institutions might consider a business high-risk if they routinely accept high-value transactions. B2B companies mostly have to deal with this factor.
Credit Score – Banks are less inclined to lend money to individuals or businesses with poor credit scores. As a result, if you have a low personal credit score, your business may fall into high-risk categories.