Playstation Credit Card Expired Error. The first thing you should do is check your payment information that sony has and make sure the information is correct. Take a look at the accepted payment methods page to see if your card type is compatible with playstation store.
The ps store says it's already expired, which it obviously isn't, and refuses to use it for payments. This last one it was what gives the problem. To check the payment details on your account, go to account management > payment management and select the payment card.
Delete The Currently Registered Credit Card And Register Again.
Use a card that has a street address. I had a similar problem a long time ago, and solved it by calling my credit card company and asking them to read back to me what address they have on file. Nah, just got a new one a few months ago.
But Using The Same Card To Top Up My Wallet Works Just Fine.
When you use your playstation® visa® credit card. Thanks for the input, guys. You have to call and say that you want to unlock it.
Call Your Bank Or Credit Card Company.
None of my credit cards work on the psn even though they work everywhere else. If you accept credit card payments as part of your business, credit card decline codes just come with the territory. Make sure card holder name, card number, cvv code (last three digits on the signature strip), expiry date and address are correct and match the details attached to your credit/debit card account.
Check That The Address Details You Have Correspond With The Details On Your Card.
Guess i'll either get a code off of amazon, or run out and get a physical copy after work tomorrow. That way you can one) see if other places are having issues with your card as well, and two) get a code to redeem in the ps store itself. How do credit card decline codes really affect your business?
With How Often Psn Reports Of Accounts Getting Hacked Surface Some Banks Have Blocked Cards For Use On Psn As A Security Measure.
The first thing you should do is check your payment information that sony has and make sure the information is correct. Make sure the order of your address matches what your card issuer has on their system, including all abbreviations. When they charge they then validate if the two are the same if not it gives an error that your credit card couldn't be charged because the information wasn't correct.