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August 07, 2009

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risk prevention

As business has become globalized the old notion of know your costumer is becoming harder to implement, especially since the dot com boom, many businesses have placed most of the their revenue portfolio with clients coming from places that will not be consider on the surrounding areas of physical presence of the head quarters of the company. Although this is a fantastic spread to grow, there are a few aspects, which need to be taken in consideration, such as the risk exposure on your merchant account is being potentially jeopardized by unknown buyers, that may or may not chargeback with a non substantiated reason the acquiring of goods or services provided by a web site.

Roxy Marketology

Taxing online would be a horrible idea, it would eliminate one of the incentives people have to actually shop online. It seems it would make internet marketing more difficult as well.

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