Why is my payment declining?
Declined (Card declined by issuer – contact card issuer to determine reason.) This generally occurs for one of two reasons: The customer’s credit card issuing bank did not approve the transaction.
This could be for insufficient funds, frozen account status, invalid credit card number or expiration date, etc..
Why does my Amazon keep saying payment revision needed?
If you receive a message asking to revise the payment, it means the original payment didn’t go through and various reasons may be involved. Double check billing address (which can be different than the shipping address), CVV, expiration date, name on the card. If all of the above match, then contact the bank.
How do I fix payment revision on Amazon?
To retry a declined payment:Go to Your Orders.Do one of the following: Try again with a different payment method, as follows: Select Change Payment Method next to the order you want to modify. Select another payment method from your account or submit a new card number and select Confirm.
How long does Amazon give you to revise payment?
When it comes to the processing of payments for pending orders, this is generally completed in a matter of a few business days. However, in some cases, our payment and order detail verification processes may potentially extend order processing times for as long as 21 days.
Why is my payment being declined on Amazon?
If your payment is declined because of lack of available funds, contact your bank to confirm whether the reserved funds are other authorizations, verify the amount of time that they hold authorizations, and request that they remove any extra authorization to free up funds in your account.
How do I know if my payment went through on Amazon?
Go to the Amazon Pay website and log on to your Amazon Pay account as a customer. Your Account page appears, displaying your Account Activity, showing the most recent transaction at the top with Transaction Date, Merchant, Status and Amount.