G. Checkout Declined Payments

by Salentinux » Fri, 18 Dec 2009 07:04:47 GMT


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 Hi folks,
just two questions:

1) I'd like to know whether a paid app remains installed on the phone
for the next 7 days (as google says) when an order is set as payment
declined.
2)  Some users tried to buy more times the same app but always they
got a declined payment. Some users say it's a credit cards problem due
to different currencies (i sell in euros and they are in u.s.)
What I have to say to these users that cannot buy my app? I'm losing
clients...
Can google answer me/us please?

tnks.

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G. Checkout Declined Payments

by Andrei » Fri, 18 Dec 2009 08:08:34 GMT


 i wrote long time ago that about 10% authorizations fails




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