Old Sep 19, 08, 12:49 am
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thehawk75
 
Join Date: May 2008
Programs: AA PLT 2MM
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Originally Posted by SPN Lifer View Post
There is some discussion upthread about the meaning of “Line was cancelled.”

If you look at the Terms and Conditions, the U.S. Mint has the right to cancel orders randomly for any reason. They seem to do this when orders outstrip availability, or for other reasons such as declined credit card charges, suspected excess multiple shipments to same address, etc. This is their miscellaneous cancellation provision.

“If at first you don't succeed, try, try again!”

Be aware that even cancelled transactions lower the “available credit line” on the credit card for a while -- two weeks with AmEx -- because the U.S. Mint often (usually?) neglects to inform the bank when cancelling orders.
Yeah, definitely going to try again.

No worries about the CL on this card, there's ample limit
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