4 Replies Latest reply: Sep 26, 2007 3:00 PM by varjak paw
Elliot Zeff Level 1 Level 1 (65 points)
i made the stupid mistake of thinking i wouldnt have to pay for album art as you can get it everywhere but i thought maybe itunes could do it for me quicker.....i was wrong so now i want to delete my payment information so this doesnt happen again but how do i do it?


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  • varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,815 points)
    You don't have to pay for album art from the iTunes Store. You do have to have an account with the store, but there is no charge for the album art itself.

    That said, if you entered in a credit card and now want it no longer usable, log into your iTunes Store account, click on "edit payment information" and replace the credit card numbers with zeros.
  • Elliot Zeff Level 1 Level 1 (65 points)
    well all i know is that when i put my payment info in and DLed some album art it then took off £1.58 for only 3 pictures. would they take money from me when i set up the account????

    and when i try to put zeros in it tells me that it doesnt match my details and doesnt let me save it
  • Chris CA Level 9 Level 9 (77,955 points)
    The money was put on a hold simply to verify the card account and address. It will be released, usually with in a day or two.
  • varjak paw Level 10 Level 10 (169,815 points)
    They wouldn't take money for album art (unless the UK iTunes Store has changed recently and now charge, which I doubt), but they do put a £1 authorisation hold to verify that your credit card is active when you first input a credit card. This is not an actual charge and the bank will remove the hold. I don't know about the extra £.58; log into your account and check your Purchase History and see what it says you were charged for. If it shows the purchase of something that you didn't actually buy, contact the iTunes Store Customer Service department using the form at the bottom of the Purchase Issues FAQ web page and explain the problem to them.