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bestbuy didn't cancel my order

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my order has been cancelled on november 6th. but they didn't cancel my credit card purchase.

my order number is {removed per forum guidelines} and {removed per forum guidelines}

It was 10 days ago. please cancel my purchase asap.

 

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Re: bestbuy didn't cancel my order

Hey, akak6578,

 

Welcome to the Best Buy forum! I love ordering online and know I would be a little disconcerted if my recent orders cancelled, as well. While it might not be the information you are expecting, you’ve come to the right place as I’d love to shed some light on this situation.

 

First, if your orders are cancelling unexpectedly, we would recommend reviewing our Knowledge Base article “Why Was My Order Cancelled?” for more information about cancelled orders. That article discusses some common reasons orders may cancel along with details about payment verification. Regarding your concern about potential charges on your cancelled orders, it sounds like you’re still seeing credit card authorization holds on your credit card account and not a charge.

 

I say this because, when our customers order products online with a credit card, we do not immediately collect those funds. Instead, we perform an authorization check to ensure that funds are available. When this happens, a hold should be placed on funds equal to the order total until it is fulfilled. In some cases, it may be necessary to re-authorize payment before fulfillment. When the order is fulfilled, we will then collect the funds.

 

In a case where an order is cancelled before fulfillment, the time it takes for a credit card company to remove an authorization hold is determined by the financial institution that issued the card and can vary. The link here has additional information about cancelling orders with Best Buy, including common timeframes for authorization holds to drop. With that said, most credit card companies release authorization hold within 5-9 business days, though international credit cards typically take longer. If you have questions about when your bank or credit card company will release a hold, we would recommend contacting them directly for more information.

 

I certainly hope this helps to clarify, but please let us know if you have any other questions or concerns.

 

Kind regards,

Kayla|Social Media Specialist | Best Buy® Corporate
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