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Topic # 226157 23-Dec-2017 11:06
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I tried to sue my NZ visa debit card and it told me to update the card. The details were correct. Anyone else tried?


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  Reply # 1924018 23-Dec-2017 11:43
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It needs to contain funds on it in order to do a pre-authorisation on one month of service.







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  Reply # 1924019 23-Dec-2017 11:46
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theres $500k on it lol. still not working. odd i just used it to top up my prepay phone.


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  Reply # 1924038 23-Dec-2017 12:55
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Debit cards are fine. Been using one with Google services for years.




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  Reply # 1924048 23-Dec-2017 13:32
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Very odd. Ill try again.

 

Seemed to accept the card this time, but saying google is experiencing errors. will try again later.


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  Reply # 1924056 23-Dec-2017 13:40
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When I've had issues it's been the bank doing their "for your protection" BS and it's worked again later. Except gem visa who seem to brick the card totally with no warning till you ring them.




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