I am having trouble setting up my auto pay services. It is telling me this message:
"Unable to Process Transaction
Sorry, your credit card transaction was denied by your card issuer, so this purchase could not be completed. Your credit card has not been charged. Please contact your card issuer for more information."
I have checked my profile, including my name and address and it all is the same to what I am writing in the boxes for auto pay set up. I just spoke to my bank and they have updated their end as well.
I don't know what is wrong, but I would like some help into what I can do next!
My card has more than enough to cover my plan cost with Public Mobile. I have also tried my Visa debit and that also has had problems, and there is enough to cover the cost.
I've been using this format for my address (this is a made-up address as an example):
78 May Garden Rd
I didn't include apartment number or a "-" in front of my street number or anything like that.
I'll start by providing the following (you may have already reviewed this)
Accepted Payments For Activation
PM accepts the following credit cards, issued by Canadian or American financial institutions and registered to a Canadian or American address:
PM also accepts Visa Debit cards. Additionally, you can pay for your SIM card activation with a Public Mobile Payment Voucher. To find a location that sells payment vouchers near you, click here. If you choose to pay for your activation with a payment voucher, make sure to purchase the voucher(s) prior to activating.
If you've followed the direction above, then try clearing your browser cache/history/cookies.
Close browser and open a new browser in incognito/private mode. Also, you can try a different browser.
Enter the credit card address "exactly" as it appears on your statement.
Leave the apartment field blank. If needed enter your apartment number in the street address field. I think you've already got this one covered. [thanks, @z10user4]
Enter your postal code without spaces.
If that doesn't work, and you've contacted your payment card supplier to ensure there is no issue on that end, I would contact the moderators.
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@kesduncan : Make sure the address entered into the payment screen matches the billing address of the card. Also either no space or drop last digit of postal code. Possibly everything caps.
Some have reported success even actually matching everything in the other profile address (not just payment card screen) in the account. But I haven't experienced that.
But by now, if you've made many attempts, your account might be locked out for fraud suspicion.
Edit: the prior post was edited while I typed this 🙂
@HALIMACS : there's no apartment field anymore.
@kesduncan Not sure if you already tried this but try clearing your cache and using incognito mode in your browser. Also make sure you exactly enter the address information as indicated on your statement, but it sounds like you already checked that.
If this doesn't work you may have to contact the Moderators.
You can raise a ticket to the moderators: