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Why hire a credit card chargebacks writer?

The world of shopping on credit is one that can be incredibly complicated - and, for most businesses around the world, also an absolute necessity. Along with purchasing on credit card comes something that all companies (and consumers) need to know about: credit card chargebacks.

Credit card chargebacks - defined as a customer going directly to their bank for a refund after a credit card transaction - is something that both businesses and customers will have to deal with at one point or another. Untangling this particular problem prompts plenty of questions from all parties involved.

That means that they'll be searching for credit card chargebacks information online. If your website deals with this critical topic, it's essential to produce the quality, engaging content customers want to read - and that means your site needs the services of a professional freelance credit card chargebacks writer.

No need to waste time and resources writing your own content or paying an in-house writer; sign up for Scripted to find the perfect credit card chargebacks writer to produce the text you need (from blog posts to features) for your website.

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Fred D

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada • Last online 11 days

Fred is a trained chef and former restaurateur, living and working in Atlantic Canada. In earlier careers he worked in financial planning and technology retailing, and retains a strong interest in those areas. He has contributed well over 7,000 articles to online venues including Zack's, Opposing Views, Disney Family, Samsung.com, Livestrong and eHow, and the websites of The Nest, the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Walgreen's and Kroger.

Customer Ratings: 16

Kim H

Panama City, Florida, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Kim Hill is a freelance writer, author, award-winning photographer, and loves to make art with real butterflies. Kim lives in Florida, has two degrees in Criminology, and is also an advocate for SkinCancer.net. Kim recently had three of her photographs selected for the Clio Art Fair in Chelsea, NYC and has two books out - Abandoned Northwest Florida and Abandoned After the Storm: Hurricane Michael.

Customer Ratings: 451

Genesis D

Last online about 1 hour

I'm a Canadian expat living in Guatemala and I've been writing ebooks and articles, as well as website copy, for the past decade. My areas of interest include travel, food, parenting and business, but I'm always open to work on new topics. My research skills are excellent, so let me know what you're working on!

Customer Ratings: 55

Matthew T

Louisville, Kentucky, United States • Last online 1 minute

With more than two decades of writing and optimization experience, I know how to keep readers engaged, mimic brand voices, and get first-page rankings on search engine results.

Customer Ratings: 1357

Barbie C

Lexington, Kentucky, United States • Last online 13 days

Barbie Carpenter is a seasoned professional writer and editor who has artfully composed tens of thousands of articles, blog posts and retail product descriptions for the web. Her keen eye for detail, straightforward and engaging writing style and superb mastery of the English language are illuminated in every project. With more than a decade of professional writing and editing experience, Barbie is ready to tackle her next writing assignment with creativity, a conversational tone and research-supported facts and figures.

Customer Ratings: 32
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