"The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord"(Romans 6:23).
"That if you confess with your mouth, 'Jesus is Lord,' and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved(Romans 10:9).
So as Fred says, if you live in an APT and having issues with your credit card, try putting the APT number int he first address field and leave the other blank. Or if your just having issues and having items in the 2nd address line...just take it out and put in the first field.
hey guys just got off the phone with Sony support. In my case I was getting the invalid credit card error as well. It turns out that I put my APT number on the second line of the address field. As a result the cc card info didn't verify. Here are the rules. Everything on one line. Use only space. no additional punctuations.
Message Edited by Mattchewie on 02-29-2008 01:26 PM
Seriously. What is going on. I'm just now getting this, which means my bank changed their system or something and is thusly incompatible with PSN now. Great. Just great guys. Also, I'm stuck in Japan. I kept my US account, but now tracking down some US PSN cards is going to be a giant headache. This is two to three years on and you still can't fix this? I've never seen something so pathetic in my life.
I dont live in an APT, my info is 100% the same as my banks (looking at the statement right in my hands)
I dont use bad characters such as _ - or . my info is the same as it always has been but i received a new card with the same number.