Question: Is Mailing Address Same As Billing Address?

Asked By: Simon Jenkins Date: created: Dec 28 2021

Does my billing address have to match my shipping address

Answered By: Evan Hayes Date: created: Dec 30 2021

Yes. For credit card verification you must enter your billing address exactly as it appears on your credit card statement. However, the shipping address you wish to ship to does not need to match your billing or credit card address.

Asked By: John Patterson Date: created: Aug 16 2021

Does the billing address name matter

Answered By: Oswald Anderson Date: created: Aug 19 2021

Billing and shipping addresses may be the same, but are sometimes different. When the billing address is different than the shipping address. Companies use the billing address to verify the authorized use of such a card. In conclusion the name on a credit card has to match with the billing address.

Asked By: Gordon Reed Date: created: Nov 18 2020

Is mailing address the same as street address

Answered By: Richard Hall Date: created: Nov 18 2020

Sometimes, “street address” refers to your physical location at a finer level than city. E.g., “1313 Mockingbird Lane”, without the city name attached. But yes, usually it’s just a retronym to distinguish it from mailing address (originally) and now e-mail address, web address, IP address, and so forth.

Asked By: Nicholas Rogers Date: created: Jan 26 2021

What if billing address is wrong

Answered By: Graham Ward Date: created: Jan 27 2021

If you put the wrong billing address on an online order, the worst thing that can happen is that your order may be canceled. More often, the retailer will notify you of the error, and you’ll have the chance to update your information. Your order should process normally once your information is updated.

Asked By: Isaac Bailey Date: created: Nov 12 2020

What happens if your billing address is different

Answered By: John Thompson Date: created: Nov 15 2020

Many card issuer banks will decline the transaction if the billing address is entered and it’s wrong. That’s because (1) the card network doesn’t ask for it as a mandatory piece of information to process the payment (2) it’s an additional friction hotspot that could cause abandonment and lost sales.

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