01-07-2010 08:03 PM - edited 01-07-2010 08:06 PM
I realized that I scheduled an online purchase to go through on a credit card that hasn't been activated yet (it was a replacement card for my expired card...same account numbers). Not sure if the purchase was declined or not yet. I am just wondering if something like this could result in AA or account review or something. I haven't heard of that happening but I thought I'd ask.
For the purchase I had put down the new updated expiration date and 3 digit code on back of card. I wonder if purchase will go through
01-08-2010 10:49 AM
01-08-2010 02:25 PM
I'm pretty sure each card has to be activated once received, but as long as the account number/credit card number is the same; the transaction should have gone through.
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