So there were several more machine jams, not to mention sequins all over the place, but I'm happy with how it's coming along. Need to try on and decide on hems. http://feorlen.org/tempfiles/sequin_dress.jpg
Sequin sewing station. Only one major stitching disaster, which fortunately didn't damage the fabric enough to notice. Two more seams, and then it's just final fit and hems. http://feorlen.org/tempfiles/sequin_sewing.jpg
@cgiffard I've used them as a cardholder, sometimes it's the only way to get a refund from a disreputable merchant. (Declaring bankruptcy the day after expensive custom furniture order?) This is the first time I've been on the other end.
@cgiffard In this case, the cardholder disputed the item with the bank but didn't mean to. Except once the process starts, I don't know how to get out of it even if neither party wants it. The bank still does it's thing (and charges me a fee for it.)
@cgiffard It's an industry term for a customer disputing a payment made with a credit card. It's always initiated by the one who originally made the payment (or at least purported to, in the case of fraud.) It's not necessarily the result of fraud.