Do Adaptive Payments disputes apply to Enterprise Dispute Management merchants or partners?
Yes, the Adaptive Payments dispute scenario applies to EDM Merchants and partners. The only difference is that EDM disputes skip the “dispute” phase and go directly to the “claim” phase.
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