Your card has been declined or did not return an approval for some reason.
Please double check that all information entered during your checkout is correct
and try again.
The most common reason for a credit or debit card decline is that the billing address used
in checkout is not the same as where the credit card statements are mailed to, or does not match the address on file with your credit card provider. The
street number and zip code are especially important, and must exactly match
the numbers on your credit card or bank statement. If you believe you have made
an error entering this information, please try to complete
the checkout again. If this does not solve the problem, try another credit/debit
Your card issuer does not share the reasons for a decline with us. You will
need to contact them for further information regarding why your card would not
be processing correctly. However, some of the more common reasons for a decline
The card is considered high risk based on address verification. Make sure that
the address you listed corresponds to your billing address with your credit
The user submitted invalid information or a card number or card type is not
The credit card shows excessive usage. Even if you still have credit left on
your credit card you may receive this message if you have used it for multiple
Internet transactions on the same day. Try the card again later.
Banking Network Decline
The banking network rejected the sale. Try the card again later. Blocks by the
network are usually resolved/removed in a day or so.
The card shows a previous chargeback history. A card with a chargeback history
will not be accepted. A history of chargebacks and refund requests will result
in your card being blocked for many Internet sales.
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