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HT2589 Why is my credit/debit card being regularly cancelled/suspended? This is ******** and I am sick of it.Why cant I access my apps store which has free apps or apps I have already bought because apple has decided to suspend my method of payment!

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Aug 21, 2012 10:32 PM

My credit/debit card is been suspended for the third time and I am ****** off! Many people I know are not going to buy the next iphone5 because of the TRICKS apple is playing on its customers! With every new version of IOS the technology is changed! I owned the first ipad and never had a problem acessing the apps store. There is no problem with my credit/debit card because I contacted the bank to check it out. As well my account is directly debited when I buy an app however this cannot occur when apple decides to suspend my credit/debit card. My friends tell me that they never have a problem with android? This is only a problem with apple! I wish I had of bought android now instead of the latest apple ipad because apple is obviously ripping off its customers. Can somebody who is having the same problem and REGRETS BUYING THE LATEST APPLE IPAD please contact me about solving this problem!

iPad 2, iOS 5.1.1

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