Getting the desired influx of holiday orders can take a toll on your credit card. In fact, the number one reason for failed orders on Printful during Black Friday Cyber Monday is not having enough funds to pay for your orders. You can run out of funds added to your Printful Wallet, or even worse, your credit card can exceed the allowed daily payment limits and get blocked.
Here’s what you can do to avoid failed payments this holiday season:
- Reach out to your bank and review your credit card’s daily payment and transaction count limits—More orders mean more small transactions. Adjusting your daily transaction limit with your bank will protect you from getting your card blocked over fraud concerns.
- Add more money to your Printful Wallet—This will get your Printful Wallet ready for increased order volume.
- Enable auto-recharge in your Printful Wallet—When your Wallet’s balance is lower than the price of fulfillment for an incoming order, the amount you set in auto-recharge will be automatically deposited to your Wallet from your primary billing method.
- Use Klarna or PayPal to deposit funds to your Printful Wallet—This way if you don’t have money in your bank account, you can use Klarna or PayPal* to top-up your Wallet prior to the holiday season, as they offer an up to 6-month pay later program.
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