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The main reason why chargeback amounts can be higher than the original transaction is because of changes in currency exchange rates. This can happen when the exchange rates fluctuate between the time of the original transaction and when the chargeback is issued. It's important to remember that exchange rates change every day, and this can affect the final amount of the chargeback. This can be confusing for merchants who are not aware of this issue.