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Yesterday (September 7) My account is having again the same problem. Paypal and Bitcoin Streamline the Online Purchasing Process Paypal is one of the most trusted and popular services for online transactions these days.At least when using Pay Pal you have to hunt around to get instructions on how to prevent an auto-payment. In fact, you can't even block an auto-payment from Pay Pal from the source. I mean, its your money but they do their best to try to make you mess up and keep auto-pay even though you clearly want a way out. I am just frustrated with corporate America at the moment. My biggest problem with Microsoft was that it was hard, at least for me, more than it had to be, simply with a debit card when I took the auto-renew off, because you had to call them then, and that annoyed me. Microsoft I thought fixed this by having you simply go on and select no auto-renew, which would have been convenient when I had it.This should be 100% easy to find and easy to manage. You have to block it from the Pay Pal account info. Now, I have a new debit card, and I for some reason can't make an online bank account so I have to call the bank, and I hate, hate, hate that. I hate calling customer service for things, and Microsoft's was the worst simply because there should have been an easier workaround.So your credit card was rejected / denied by i Tunes, even though you enter valid values in this regard.
Now, my first thought was that I had tied one on the night before and had just blacked out while doing some shopping on Xbox Live.
Then I remembered that I didn't drink (just smoked) and, after checking the email timestamps, the purchases were made while I was sleeping. Now, I'm not a stranger to the odd charge on my credit cards and know exactly what to do; call the bank and contest the charges.
Because I actually use my Xbox though, and I do purchase a lot of content through Zune and Xbox both, I thought it would be a good idea to contact Microsoft and let them know about what was going on.
It isn't enough that console games are a piece, but you have to shell out an additional per year to play with other people AND get constant microtransactions, day one overpriced DLC, I'm also not a fan of auto-renew.
The first year I get xbox live I use my credit card. A year goes by and it tries to auto-renew even though I still have 9 months of service.