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Dispute Resolution
Dispute Resolution

Introduction to Dispute Resolution

Overview
Type Scheduled Virtual
topic
Topic Dispute Resolution
assignment
Level Introductory
Duration 16 hours over 4 days
Language English
Special Offer This course is eligible for our early bird discount.
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New to dispute resolution? Join us to learn what disputes are and how they happen. In this introductory virtual course, you’ll learn about the Visa Product and Service Rules and review the rules and regulations that issuers, acquirers and merchants must follow in order to accept Visa cards. You’ll also discuss real-world dispute situations and the decisions necessary to achieve proper resolution. You’ll emerge from this course with a foundational understanding of the rules, timelines, touchpoints and processes associated with dispute resolution.

If you are interested in pursuing the Visa Dispute Resolution Professional Certification, this course is a great way to prepare for beginning the certification process.

NOTE: While this course provides an introduction to Visa Resolve Online (VROL), it will NOT cover details such as user interface or other technical information. Back-office personnel that use VROL to handle disputes should instead view the online course bundle Handling Disputes with Visa Resolve Online (delivered in English).


Key topics:

  • Visa Product and Service Rules
  • EMV liability shift
  • Fraud workflows
  • Category 10: Fraud
  • Category 11: Authorization
  • Category 12: Processing Errors
  • Category 13: Consumer Disputes
  • Pre-arbitration, arbitration, and compliance

Who should attend:

  • This course is beneficial for individuals looking to gain a foundational understanding of the dispute resolution process and Visa regulations.

Important notes:

  • All course sessions are listed in Pacific Time (PT). To convert to your time zone, click the clock icon next to the session listing.
  • This course includes breakout rooms. In order participate in the breakout rooms it is critical that you be able to view the presentation and have audio capability, including a microphone.
  • Pre-work and daily work will be provided for you to download.
  • Enrollment closes one day prior to the session start date for virtual courses. You will not be able to enroll in a virtual course on the day of the session. 
  • Register for any virtual course at least six weeks in advance and receive a 15% discount. Enter the code Save15 at checkout to receive this offer. 
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