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If you've tried ordering with a credit card without success, these are some of the possible reasons why your order was not successful:

If you are using a "Purchasing" card as opposed to a "Credit" card, then you must select "Pounds Sterling" as the payment currency for the payment to be accepted.
We do accept VISA Purchasing cards, even though the WorldPay system says otherwise.
select Pounds Sterling
Click the correct card logo.
For example: If you are using an American Express card then you must click the Amex card logo.
select American Express
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  1. A missed digit on the credit card number
  2. Spaces between the credit cards numbers (no spaces, dashes or hyphens please!)
    Bad=1234-5678 1234 5678
  3. The persons name entered on the form does not match the name on the card
  4. Missing start date on the credit card. The start date is normally 2 years from the expiry date but not always. Not all cards have a start date, so don't worry if yours does not
  5. Incorrect expiry date on the credit card
  6. Invalid "Security Code" - a recent new feature on some credit cards to help combat fraud. For most cards it's 3 digits printed on the back of the card, for amex cards it's 4 digits on the front. The number is not 'raised' in any way, so it will not appear on carbon copies
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  • The address entered does not match the records your card company holds
  • Some credit cards have a "block" on overseas orders, you will need to contact your credit card company to have this block removed
  • Over the credit limit
  • Or some other reason

If you're sure everything was entered correctly then please call your credit card company, they should be able to give you a reason why the transaction failed.

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