This little piggy went to the Market, and came home with none.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by AzJazz, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. AzJazz

    AzJazz Well-Known Member
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    Has anybody figured out how to get past the Market bug that won't allow a US Credit Card to purchase an App listed with foreign currency?

    If I try to buy anything listed in Euros, I get an "Invalid Card" message.

    Thanks.
     

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  2. CobaltDragon

    CobaltDragon Well-Known Member
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    I had no problem buying mypod which is listed in euros.
     
  3. jmt9779

    jmt9779 Well-Known Member
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    I bought Beautiful Widgets, no problem...Well, minor problem... I first tried using my American Express card but it kept saying "invalid card" or something, so I tried my Visa card and it went right through. Probably card issuer specific.
     
  4. Geezer Squid

    Geezer Squid Well-Known Member
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    I've bought several apps that were listed with foreign currency too.
     
  5. Needsdecaf

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    I noticed I couldn't use AmEx for a Euro or Pound Sterling transaction.
     
  6. tsaunders

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    I had that issue and then put my info in again through the phones browser when I bought Beautiful Widgets and it worked after that.
     
  7. ttaylor0024

    ttaylor0024 Well-Known Member
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    Ok, so I havnt bought any apps yet. Is there somewhere I can put in my debit card numbers and not have the price of the app go on the bill?
     
  8. Tim K

    Tim K Well-Known Member
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    payment information for the market goes through your google account. sign into your account and enter your payment info.
     
  9. AzJazz

    AzJazz Well-Known Member
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    Ahhh. That must be it. I have an Amex Card registered.
     
  10. JYo

    JYo Active Member
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    I tried American Express, and Discover. Neither would work. I don't have a Visa card (I know, I think I'm the only one!). Anyway, I used my Visa rebate card from Verizon (from my Droid purchase) to buy Beautiful Widgets - worked perfectly!
     
  11. andrew_m

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    When I got Beautiful Widgets no problems with the market. But my bank didn't like it, they froze my card until I called them up and said I did make that purchase in Euros.
     
  12. ohvzwguy

    ohvzwguy Well-Known Member
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    i had the same problem with a discover card, put my Visa on and no problem,

    ***WARNING*** it may cost more than you think, Google will do the conversion at check out, but you card company will also charge you a little something extra for the currency conversion/ over-seas transaction.
     
  13. kennyidaho

    kennyidaho Well-Known Member
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    Wow I've not experienced that. I use a chase debit card and I always get charged whatever the google conversion says. If Google is doing the conversion to USD then how does your bank even know?
     
  14. ohvzwguy

    ohvzwguy Well-Known Member
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    figures, it would just be me... just my luck thanks MBNA
     
  15. MisterEff

    MisterEff Well-Known Member
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    American Express does not do foreign currency. Try a visa card.
     
  16. jfe

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    My credit card's company doesn't give a rats a$$, so never had an issue with it
     

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