Problems validating visa debit card
If all of the card information seems correct (card number, CVC code, and billing zip code) and if they have tried multiple times unsuccessfully, it is best to have the cardholder contact their bank, inquire for more information on the decline, and ask for future charges to be accepted.
It is the cardholder's bank that is declining the charge and sending the error so they alone know why it was declined and how to correct it so the cardholder can successfully checkout.
Amazon looks at debit “credit” cards as risky to back a seller account. Debit “credit” cards are regarded as fine when buying because money is removed when something is bought, no future amazon use needed.
-…- A debit card IS a credit card, if it has Mastercard or Visa on it.
If you receive an "Address did not match" error when adding a Visa or Master Card debit card, it means the information you entered may not be verifying correctly with your credit card's issuing bank.Whenever i try to add a product i get this error message: Problem with your Seller Account You’re currently unable to add or edit listings because either the credit card on file is invalid or the credit card is in the process of validating, which typically takes an hour (but could take up to 24 hours). Could be that it is a debit card which is not acceptable for this purpose. A debit card IS a credit card, if it has Mastercard or Visa on it.Please ensure that you have a valid credit card uploaded in Account Settings. It runs through my bank as a credit card if I use credit card as the payment method.Continue to hit zero so you can speak to a representative.It will be easier to confirm your identity with a customer service representative.Whether to run it as credit or debit is something that can be decided each time it is used, so the card lets the merchant know that.Those cards get treated differently than credit cards.Go get a hotel room or rent a car with your debit card. These systems take various signals into account, such as the cardholder's spending habits, account balance, and card information like the expiration date and CVV/CVC security number. Edited by: Lake on Oct 30, 2017 AM A debit card IS a credit card, if it has Mastercard or Visa on it.It’seems always worked before, why doesn’the work now??