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WHY does my DEBIT card Keep Getting Bounced Or Declined Randomly Amazon? But Some Go Through >??

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So idk wtf it is with my debit card but YES i have the money lmfao but i dont get.... so i order a £5 top up oln my account to test my card and it works.... so i goto add more then OH i get an email saying YOU CARD CANOT BE CHARGED.. so i try 3 times and on the third it works .. LIKE WHAT>!!!??

 

same with if i order stuff on amazon too why the hell is it randomly bouncing i mean wtf? is my card set on like a timer or somthing

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If you're trying to buy multiple things in quick succession, and it's uncommon for you to do, your bank might flag it as fraudulent activity.

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Thats something you need to take up with your bank and/or Amazon.. nothing we can do will help as we have zero insite to these transactions to know. 

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30 minutes ago, dizmo said:

If you're trying to buy multiple things in quick succession, and it's uncommon for you to do, your bank might flag it as fraudulent activity.

jno im literally just trying to buy £5 gift cards top up but  ibuy one then it works second dont another dont then it will work if i keep doing it :P ? idk

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10 minutes ago, WolfLoverPro said:

jno im literally just trying to buy £5 gift cards top up but  ibuy one then it works second dont another dont then it will work if i keep doing it :P ? idk

They're probably wondering why you'd buy one, and buy another one right after instead of just buying a tenner. Doesn't make much sense, does it?

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18 minutes ago, dizmo said:

They're probably wondering why you'd buy one, and buy another one right after instead of just buying a tenner. Doesn't make much sense, does it?

Your posts are hard to read.

@WolfLoverPro Card thieves often buy something small to test if a card works then buy lots of other stuff afterwards. So a few low cost purchases of multiples of the same thing will raise flags with your card issuer.

 

Especially gift cards, as they're essentially converting your cash into something they can't trace.

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Talk to your bank. They will be able to tell you the exact message that came through on the rejected transaction 

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Sometimes this happened to Blizzard, talked to my bank and Blizzard, apparently blizzard didn’t verify the transaction on their end, so sometimes that happens, the next day it worked fine.

 

it could also be the Amazon fraud system, if you buy lots of low value items, more so Gift Cards, I imagine it would crack in, as that’s what most people buy with stolen credit cards.

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5 hours ago, WolfLoverPro said:

So idk wtf it is with my debit card but YES i have the money lmfao but i dont get.... so i order a £5 top up oln my account to test my card and it works.... so i goto add more then OH i get an email saying YOU CARD CANOT BE CHARGED.. so i try 3 times and on the third it works .. LIKE WHAT>!!!??

 

same with if i order stuff on amazon too why the hell is it randomly bouncing i mean wtf? is my card set on like a timer or somthing

It's more then likely that the £5 top up shortly followed up by another purchase was flagged by the bank as possibly fraudulent (as that technique is used commonly in fraudulent card transactions) and the bank put a block on the card (although you should have been contacted by your banks fraud department regarding the transaction).

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