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TyCooN

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The UK uses a different address format than the US. Do your packages still arrive properly at your house even with their format? I'm afraid of losing an order due to the potential confusion of the mailman.

Also, where can I find the Issue Number on a Visa Credit Card?


Thanks.
 

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yea I've never had a misdelivered package

even one where there was no state indicated on the shipping label, but there was a zip code so it arrived no problem

I've shipped stuff to Asia (Japan, Korea, China) and I was wondering if it would get there ok because when their postman delivers it he probably doesnt read engrish so how would he know where it goes (since I wrote the address in engrish), unless ALL their postal workers have some ability to read engrish, but i doubt that
 

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I've never had any problems receiving packages from overseas. Postal codes in canada are different as well and I get stuff from there and send stuff to family there all the time with no issue.

I think the issue # on your card is the 3 digit code on the back of the card. not sure though.
 

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Yeah its pretty safe, I regularly order things from American Companies and receive them no problem
 

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Originally Posted by dave
I think the issue # on your card is the 3 digit code on the back of the card. not sure though.
Yea, that's the one I gave. It's called the CVV. I've been checking around and the issue number is supposedly a small 4 digit number on the front of the card. There's another camp who is telling me what you just told me. Who to listen to?
 

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Issue number is on something we have here called Visa Electron (if I am not mistaken). You should just be able to leave it blank, generally its not a required field when ordering.

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Originally Posted by VKK3450
Issue number is on something we have here called Visa Electron (if I am not mistaken). You should just be able to leave it blank, generally its not a required field when ordering.

K

Interesting, my order was marked as payment problem. Now my e-mail is waiting for their response on this issue.
 

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I always leave "issue Number" blank too.

depending on the site sometimes I have to call my bank to authorize that transaction as I get a "payment error" because of the fraud alert that the card automatically has
 

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Originally Posted by Get Smart
I always leave "issue Number" blank too.

depending on the site sometimes I have to call my bank to authorize that transaction as I get a "payment error" because of the fraud alert that the card automatically has

Thanks. Calling the bank solved my problem.
 

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