Refunded Charges

Date created: Oct 12, 2022  •   Last updated: Oct 12, 2022

What is Refunded Charges?

Refunded Charges measures the value of payments refunded to your customers.

Refunded Charges Formula

ƒ Sum(Refunded Charges)

How to calculate Refunded Charges

In week one, you issued refunds worth $50 to customers, while you issued $100 worth of refunds in week two. At the end of the two week period, your Refunded Charges amounts to $150.

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How to visualize Refunded Charges?

Use a summary chart or bar chart to keep an eye on the total amount of refunded charges over a specific period of time.

Refunded Charges visualization examples

Refunded Charges

$165

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Summary Chart

Here's an example of how to visualize your current Refunded Charges data in comparison to a previous time period or date range.

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Refunded Charges

This bar chart example allows you to visualize your current Refunded Charges data over time.
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Measuring Refunded Charges

More about Refunded Charges

Refunded Charges represent the amount of money refunded to your customers in a fixed period of time. When your customer requests a refund that you grant, your payment processing platform submits a refund request to your customer’s bank or card issuer and also notifies your customer that the refund has been initiated (provided you have enabled the option for your payment processing platform to email your customers about refunds).

Any fees associated with the original payment that you may have had to bear on the customer’s behalf, such as currency conversion fees, will not be returned to you. However, you will generally not be charged fees to issue a refund to your customers.

Recommended resources related to Refunded Charges

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