Verified by bloody Visa
Ring your card issuer (bank) and ask them how it can be sorted.
IIRC VbV doesn’t need a password if both your card issuer and the people you’re trying to pay are registered (which of course you don’t know) – it does it automatically
If only one party is registered, you will need to enter your password, so for some sites you’ll need it, others you won’t.Posted 3 years agoandytherocketeerSubscriber
VbV is 5h1te, and at one point had pretty much no security whatsoever. Allowed anyone who had access to the numbers (which aren’t exactly invisible) to register their email address, and hence all the “security”.
My mastercard equivalent I had to register before the card would activate. The Visa I used for months before needing to sort VbV.
As above…Posted 3 years ago
I used to get a new password every time. Now most seem to automatically verify.
Are you one of these people who assumes that if you have to type information into a computer, it’s automatically stupid and wrong?
I’m one of those people who likes to pay for goods/services or whatever else online without having to go through this debarkle with it telling me my bloody password isn’t right.Posted 3 years ago
Has anyone here actually got this to work?Posted 3 years ago
Every time I try and pay for something online with my Visa debit I want to throw the laptop out of the window as I lose it due to this stupid bloody security thing. So secure I can’t access my own money
I called the bank to ask them to take it off. The answer was no.nukeSubscriber
Not had an issue with the visa verification bit but after that I’ve had this error on some sites with 3D Secure….
You cannot access this page.
This may be due to one of two reasons:
1. The FI you are trying to access is deactivated
2. The access to the FI is restricted for specific IP addresses, and your address is not one of them
👿Posted 3 years agoCountZeroMember
It comes up all the time with my Visa Debit card, and just flies through the process; I don’t have to do anything at all now. It used to require the password typed in, which was a pain, but it’s automated now.Posted 3 years ago
Which is good, it’s one less thing to piss me off about Ticketmaster’s shonky ticket buying process.
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