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As long as the merchant has the proper records, proof, etc.
And they want you to pay big bucks for such rejection? Generally, Internet enabled merchant account will also allow the merchant to accept telephone and mail orders.
All of which the card's never seen and no signature's required.
They play "daddy knows best" and tell you who you're going to like. And number 2, if you signed up online with a credit card you can get your credit people to refuse payment because the one disadvantage online merchants have is that because you don't physically sign for something you are not held accountable to have to pay it and by law they HAVE to reimburse you. There are different types of merchant accounts, some requiring the merchant to obtain a signature and others not.
Everyone I was matched with either refused to talk to me or I refused to talk to them due to complete turn-offs on someone's part. The Internet enabled merchant accounts can be harder for a merchant to be approved for as no signature is required and the risk of fraud is much higher than for a brick-and-mortar.