Why has my customer's transaction been canceled?

Why has my customer's transaction been canceled?

  1. Payments with Alternative Payment Methods (cash, bank transfers, and e-wallets): Payment received after the expiration date. Payments without associated transactions. Payments with different amounts.
  2. Payments with credit or debit cards: Invalid amount on the credit card, insufficient funds, the user put wrong card details. Problems with communication with the processor. Moreover, on some occasions, there may be momentary network problems in the payment processor.
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