It's hard to find a category for this, but here is a fairly comprehensive guide to credit card disputes and their proper use (including pitfalls of improper use) from Elliott Advocacy:
I see a fair amount of bad advice given on the forum in regard to credit card disputes. For example, the knee-jerk response of some seems to be to dispute charges with a credit card company over anything. As Dwight Schrute would say, "False." The Fair Credit Billing Act requires consumers to attempt to work things out with the merchant prior to disputing a credit card charge. Plus, you turn your advocacy over to a guy in a cubicle who is trying to work as many disputes as quickly as he can -- best to save that as a last resort.
The article also points out...
Winning doesn’t necessarily mean what you think it means: Many
consumers believe that winning a credit card dispute means the end of
the problem. Unfortunately, this is often not the case and can be just
the beginning of a new and bigger battle. It’s important to remember
the conclusion of a credit card chargeback investigation only ends
your bank’s involvement in the dispute. The FCBA does not require that
the merchant drop the pursuit of the debt if the consumer is the
victor in a chargeback dispute. The company is always free to collect
the debt in other ways — a debt collection service, small claims
lawsuit, or by reporting it to credit agencies. We know that many
major travel providers and cruise lines may not fight a credit card
dispute, but they will pursue the debt elsewhere.