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Trying to purchase a Senior Coachcard

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I'm trying to purchase a Senior Coachcard for travel and am having difficulty with the website accepting my payment. Or maybe the UK website has detected that I am in the US making this purchase.

I've tried 3 different credit cards and all I've succeeded in doing is setting up fraud alerts on all of them as a results of trying the transaction. I spent quite a bit of time on the phone with Capital One as they assured me that the charge would no longer be blocked. They stayed on the phone with me and the charge didn't even go through to the Capital One.

I spent some time with the National Express online chat agent who said he could see that the transactions had been rejected by my charge card companies.

But I'm beginning to think that it has something to do with trying to purchase it from a USA ISP.

Just wondering if anyone else has worked around it.

I can purchase it when I land in Heathrow but the coach ticket is much much cheaper if I purchase it ahead of time; and certainly even cheaper with the senior card.


http://www.nationalexpress.com/waystosave/senior-coachcard.aspx

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