Describe chargeback, Strategic Management

A process in the industry where a wholesaler requests an amount that is the difference among the manufacturer's price to the wholesaler and the contract price to the resale customer.

The real chargeback happens when the wholesaler sells the manufacturer's product at contract price that is below wholesaler acquisition cost (WAC).

 

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