Everyone loves shopping on Amazon where they have just about everything you need. However, as much as we would like for things to go smoothly, there are times when they don't and we have to seek help to resolve the issue. There are several reasons why your Amazon order may not be going through; however, it is possible that it did go through, but, you didn't know it. This article will help you determine if your order went through or not, and if not, what you can do about it.
The first thing you should do is make sure your order didn't go through. There are times when you place an order on Amazon and think it didn't go through because instead of getting the usual confirmation message that says something like, "Thanks for your order" you received an error message, the page froze up, you didn't get a confirmation email, the money was not taken from your bank, or other.
To check to see if your order went through or not, visit Amazon's website and login to your account. Click on "Returns & Orders" found at the top right of the page. A page will display that shows all of the orders that you placed.
If you find your order listed in the Returns & Orders page, check to make sure there were no issues with your credit card. If there were issues with your card, you will see a message in red right above the order that says, "Card declined, please update your payment information". In this case, you will have to contact your bank or the card issuer for help or you can use another card to pay for the order. This usually happens when there are insufficient funds on your credit card. To fix this, you can add money to your card and then go back to the order and add your credit card details again. This should fix the issue.
If your order went through, but you didn't receive a confirmation email, check your spam folder since there are times when even important emails may end up in there. After checking your spam folder, if you are still not having any luck finding the confirmation email, contact a customer support agent at Amazon for assistance, you will find the number here.
Also, if you see that the order went through, but the money was not pulled from your credit card, that's because some orders on Amazon don't take the money from your account until the order ships. It can take several days to process your order before it's ready to ship.
After thousands of Amazon customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together What Do I Do If My Amazon Order Is Not Going Through? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting Amazon if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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