This usually means your payment has been submitted and is being processed.
This usually means that your order hasn't been finished yet.
You have most likely initiated your purchase using a selected payment method but haven’t continued. Therefore, your order had been stopped before your payment actually reached the payment service provider.
Payment has been accepted and the order has been credited to your account. You can start using your Skype Credit (or other Skype purchase) right away.
If your payment is canceled, it is likely to be for one of the following reasons:
Skype has very strict anti-fraud measures in place to protect our customers. If your order is reversed, the most likely reasons are that it has been flagged as fraudulent (or potentially fraudulent), or that Skype has refunded your purchase 1-4 days after the purchase was made.
If your order is refused, it means that most likely the payment was rejected by our payment provider, not by Skype. This can occur for a number of reasons, including:
Meanwhile, we suggest you try using another payment method to purchase Skype Credit.
It’s also possible that your payment has been refused by Skype because you have used the same credit card for more than two different Skype accounts. If this is the case, you can try using another credit card, use one of your other Skype accounts, or try a different payment method.
If you require further information about your order status – for example, why an order was canceled or refused – please contact Skype Customer Service.
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