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Chargeback was born in 2007 and for many years after focused our solution on serving merchants with a high number of chargebacks. At the end of 2015 we took a long hard look at the state of commerce and decided it was time to shake things up. We set out to build software and tools that would help all merchants, large and small, high risk or not, prevent and manage chargeback fraud.
A revolution was underway and it was driven by merchants. Our clients wanted software and tools that would visualize their situation and help them make informed decisions. They wanted their entire commerce stack integrated with automation, business rules, workflows and a dashboard that captured it all in one place.
We’re an industry leader in chargeback monitoring, responses and alerts. We offer free monitoring and reporting for all merchants, which allows us to provide immediate value to any and all merchants. While we love technology and use all the latest gadgets we can get our hands on, we’re a company helping people with technology, but most importantly with people. We add a human touch to our services because we have real people working each chargeback.
Our processes differentiate us, but it’s where our main focus lies that we believe really sets us apart—on customer satisfaction and solving problems our customers face. Our company goal is to help merchants, whether that means they use our software and services or we provide them with the information they need to know to make them more aware and educated about chargebacks—and we love what we do.
As a Partner at LIQD Capital Partners, I am now utilizing my experiences and expertise as a sales leader in the international markets for raising capital for a technology fund here in Utah. With that will also come opportunities to continue to build upon my experience with the EB5 Program.
I am currently assisting one of our portfolio companies in raising EB5 funding for expansion of the sales force, marketing team and software development team. The company is Chargeback and it's a 7 year old company with roughly $225k in monthly reoccuring revenue. The goal is to get the company to $800k per month in reoccuring revenue in the next 18-26 months where we will then go out for a large equity round of $15-$18 million or look to sell the company. Both of these liquitdity events would be the exit for the investors.
I started my professional career selling medical devices to orthopedic surgeons on behalf of Johnson & Johnson, where I won multiple awards for my sales achievements and was appointed to progressive leadership roles throughout the western U.S. In 2007, I built upon my leadership experience by training with Dale Carnegie, Anthony Robbins, and other industry leaders. Then, as a personal consultant with a small firm in Utah, I coached individuals in their personal development efforts, helping to increase their personal productivity. I authored a book on personal development as well as operating multiple websites discussing a variety of personal development and health-related topics.
As a skilled communicator and an active member of Toastmasters International, I continue to sharpen my skills to speak clearly and confidently, delivering vital information to industry leaders and key decision-makers in the U.S. and abroad.
I welcome contact from both past colleagues and new acquaintances with mutual interests so please feel free to reach out directly to discuss Chargeback EB5 raise, the ongoing capital raise for the fund or other EB5 opportunities.
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