Urban Outfittersonline ordering process

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UO's ordering process works like this: I submit an online order and receive an order number via email; 5 minutes later I receive an email "order cancelled." This has happened multiple times. So, just to make sure I'm clearing bank approval and understand what's happening - I brought bank account up on desktop and ordered on phone; watched on the desktop while the bank approved the order (OK, there's plenty credit limit there so of course transaction approved) but UO still cancelled the order. Again, again, and again.
Strangely, this has happened about 5-6 times.
I've called multiple times; received no information or reasons for this. So, if an order is cancelled, it seems to me someone would be able to explain why? UO doesn't want to deal with it (apparently). This is just poor customer service where employees don't want to help with the problem. Unfortunately, it has been on multiple occasions with UO.

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  • Li
    liza skor Feb 26, 2020
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    hello! do you still have problem with UO? im from russia and have same problem for one year already and every time i write in support and no answer or help !

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    InTheZone Man Dec 20, 2018
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    apparently uo uses accertify sw that checks ip address among other things then cancels automatically. i've trying to buy a couple of items last several days w out luck because of this crappy sw. i'm stuck w a gift card so have to use it. not your credit history but their flawed sw algorithm is the problem.

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  • Le
    Lee Hae Sep 08, 2018
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    This exabt thing just happened to me

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