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2. Is it possible to make automatic charges on your card? – uk2ke
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2. Is it possible to make automatic charges on your card?

Uk2ke e-commerce makes it possible for a merchant to automatically charge a payment method that is stored in your e-commerce account for your future purchases and payments. Some examples include:

A recurring payment for a subscription.

Payments for purchases you might make in the future.

When you have authorized a merchant to automatically charge your Uk2ke  e-commerce account and have chosen a payment method, we will send you an email confirmation. You can modify or cancel this authorization by signing in to your Uk2ke  account and canceling or modifying the payment authorization under my subscriptions tab.

What is a recurring payment?

A recurring payment is a payment that occurs at regular or predetermined intervals over a specified time period.

What should a merchant tell me before I agree to a recurring payment?

When you agree to a recurring payment, the merchant must inform you of the amount of each recurring transaction, the frequency of the charge, and the duration of the arrangement.

If the payment you preauthorize will vary in amount, the merchant must provide you with an option to receive notice of the amount and the date of the charge at least 10 days in advance of the charge. If the merchant provides the option, you can choose to receive notice only if the amount of the recurring payment falls outside of a range to which you have agreed.

If the merchant did not comply with the above policy, report it to us.

Will I receive notice when my chosen payment method is charged?

You will receive an email confirmation from Uk2ke E-commerce when you are charged. If you do not believe you authorized a charge, contact Uk2ke Customer Support.

Can I use my debit card for a recurring payment?

Credit cards can be used for a recurring payment. Do not choose a debit card when agreeing to a recurring payment. A debit card, also known as a “check” or “ATM” card, typically has the word “debit” printed on the face of the card.

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