freerunner shipment confirmation?
jayeshsalvi at gmail.com
Sun Jul 6 02:14:40 CEST 2008
Robert you are exactly right. After I had posted to the list, I went to the
gas station to fill some gas in my car. The pump declined to accept my
credit card. So I called the number at the back of the credit card and I got
the same block-due-to-abnormal-activity message. And the automated voice
also activated my card. I used it successfully at a store in few minutes.
I am going to place my order again now. I hope this time it goes through,
else I don't have any other visa card and openmoko store doesn't accept
On Sat, Jul 5, 2008 at 9:13 AM, Flyin_bbb8 <flyin.bbb8 at gmail.com> wrote:
> But its good sharing this kind of information, if the person
> x at openmoko.com will have to reply to each enquiry they will not have
> time to work :) , this way others also see the answer and good for all
> of us that didnt order yet (waiting for 900 mhz in openmoko shop)
> On 7/5/08, Stroller <linux.luser at myrealbox.com> wrote:
> > On 4 Jul 2008, at 23:19, Jayesh Salvi wrote:
> >> ... I believe the 3rd step was my credit card specific which did
> >> some kind of verification for my Chase Visa credit card.
> > This is quite common - I've known UK Visa cards to do the same thing.
> > I never quite grok the security logic of taking you to a Visa site
> > and getting you to enter your date of birth, mothers' maiden name &c
> > *during* a transaction (which they always do the first time you use a
> > card). If the card-provider wishes to something unique during credit-
> > card transactions then the authentication should be set up in ADVANCE.
> >> At the end of 3rd step I got some error and couldn't proceed or go
> >> back from there. I however received an email confirmation for that
> >> 3rd step from Visa.
> >> What concerns me is, I did not get any confirmation email that
> >> OpenMoko has received my order successfully. ... But should I be
> >> getting any confirmation/receipt of transaction from OpenMoko or
> >> from the third party site that processed my order?
> > Was it really necessary to post this question to the list? Couldn't
> > you have just emailed someone at openmoko.com instead?
> > I appreciate that Openmoko has these great community lists to make
> > use of, but this seems to me to be a standard ordering enquiry. In
> > the case of a credit card transaction query when ordering from any
> > other online shop, you'd just email them direct.
> > Stroller.
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