Response Code: 57 – Function Not Permitted to Cardholder
The customer’s card issuer has declined the transaction as this credit card cannot be used for this type of transaction.
The customer should use an alternate credit card, or contact their bank.
Why is my debit card being declined when there’s money on it?
A declined debit transaction normally has 3 main reasons: 1. Declined by the issuer Bank. Reasons include: Insufficient funds, Invalid PIN, blocked card, and all other response codes related to the state of the card or the linked account in the Issuer Bank.
Why is my master card being declined?
One of the most straightforward reasons your credit card could have been declined is because you’ve reached the credit limit on the card that was set by your card issuer and the company simply won’t let you borrow any more money until you’ve made a payment.
What is meant by host declined?
Declined Credit Card Transactions. “Transaction declined” means that, for whatever reason, your creditor is declining the purchase. Often, this is due to being over the credit limit or not having enough funds for the transaction, but it could also be a card hold for security reasons.
What do I do if my credit card is declined?
Be understanding and calm, everyone has had a credit card decline. It”s not the end of the world. Explain to the customer that their bank has declined their card. Ask the customer to either try another card — or call the number on the back of the card to ask the bank why they’re declining the card.