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Is a quick conversion with different shipping and billing addresses a cause for concern?

Indrit
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I recently launched my Shopify store and received my first order. The order passed the fraud analysis as a low-risk order. However, as I was reviewing the conversion summary, I noticed a few details that raised some questions.

The visitor came directly to my store, and the first page visited was the homepage on March 4, 2024, at 02:41 pm. Surprisingly, the order was placed just three minutes later at 2:44 pm from the Online Store. The order consists of both products listed in my store and was paid for using a Visa card via Apple Pay.

What caught my attention is that the shipping address and billing address are different. Additionally, the order amount was initially around £119 but was reduced to approximately £100 after applying a discount code.

Given these circumstances, I'm seeking advice on the best course of action. Should I be concerned about the quick conversion and the discrepancy between the shipping and billing addresses? Any insights or suggestions on how to handle this situation would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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JoesIdeas
Shopify Expert
2263 207 599

This is an accepted solution.

This all sounds perfectly normal to me (I ran a store for 7 years), but if you feel something is strange about it I would contact the customer directly and confirm with them. Since you have low volume right now, it also gives you a chance to get feedback and ideas from your customers.

• Creator of Order Automator (automate tagging, fulfillment, Amazon, notifications + more)
• Shopify developer for 10+ years, store owner for 7 years
• I also make guides like Shopify Automation Tips and How to Deal with Fraud / Chargebacks

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JoesIdeas
Shopify Expert
2263 207 599

This is an accepted solution.

This all sounds perfectly normal to me (I ran a store for 7 years), but if you feel something is strange about it I would contact the customer directly and confirm with them. Since you have low volume right now, it also gives you a chance to get feedback and ideas from your customers.

• Creator of Order Automator (automate tagging, fulfillment, Amazon, notifications + more)
• Shopify developer for 10+ years, store owner for 7 years
• I also make guides like Shopify Automation Tips and How to Deal with Fraud / Chargebacks