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Topic # 150464 23-Jul-2014 20:05
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Hi,

I'm trying to add my ASB Debit Card to my Google wallet, but I keep getting declined. Has anyone had this issue?

Thanks




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  Reply # 1094490 23-Jul-2014 20:25
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What is the reason given?

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  Reply # 1094885 24-Jul-2014 12:27
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I added my ASB Visa Debit card to Google wallet at the end of last year without any issues. I can't remember but they may do a small charge to the account (which does get reversed) to check that the card number is correct which does mean there needs to be money in the account at the time.

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  Reply # 1094974 24-Jul-2014 14:01
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Is Google Wallet available in NZ?




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  Reply # 1094983 24-Jul-2014 14:15
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The app and 'buy with google' features are available only in usa so far.

Try access this from nz for instance: http://www.google.co.nz/wallet/faq.html

But you can still pay for google services using it.



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  Reply # 1095075 24-Jul-2014 17:24
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gzt: The app and 'buy with google' features are available only in usa so far.

Try access this from nz for instance: http://www.google.co.nz/wallet/faq.html

But you can still pay for google services using it.

I realize that, but I can still get a Google Wallet account in NZ, just can't use the app. I would like to use it to buy Google Play All Access.




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  Reply # 1095095 24-Jul-2014 17:42

I used my asb card hmm about 6 months ago to try all access, paid for one month of it after the trial no probs. I just hit buy in the play store and entered card details. I didn't enter it through google wallet settings. Card settings saved in google wallet. I assume your google account etc are set to nz

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  Reply # 1095141 24-Jul-2014 18:53
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dcole13:
gzt: The app and 'buy with google' features are available only in usa so far.

Try access this from nz for instance: http://www.google.co.nz/wallet/faq.html

But you can still pay for google services using it.

I realize that, but I can still get a Google Wallet account in NZ, just can't use the app. I would like to use it to buy Google Play All Access.


I think he was replying to me.. wink




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  Reply # 1095161 24-Jul-2014 19:32
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Is there money in the account?

-A.



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  Reply # 1095162 24-Jul-2014 19:38
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AidanS: Is there money in the account?

-A.

Does $0.27 count? Lol, this is probably why, just wanted to check if anyone else has the issue.




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  Reply # 1095164 24-Jul-2014 19:39
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Does $0.27 count? Lol, this is probably why, just wanted to check if anyone else has the issue.


That's exactly your issue. Google needs <= $3 NZD to "test charge" your card. It then refunds this within a matter of days.

-A.



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  Reply # 1095238 24-Jul-2014 21:31
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AidanS:
Does $0.27 count? Lol, this is probably why, just wanted to check if anyone else has the issue.


That's exactly your issue. Google needs <= $3 NZD to "test charge" your card. It then refunds this within a matter of days.

-A.

oh, okay. thanks.




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