I have two credit cards, one for my business and one personal.
For both, I pay them in full every month and my current debt is way
under my credit limit on both.
And yet, today, at a gas station, both cards were declined due to "OVER
I am curious as to why it happens. I have always carried cash on me,
so I was able to pay for gas, but I am puzzled as to why it is
I absolutely dread the future prospect of a so called "cashless
society", promulgated by greedy banksters, and this sort of stuff is a
part of the reason. Cash is a very useful thing, for many reasons, but
cash cannot hire lobbyists and banks do have lobbyists.
Still, I want to know what is happening behind the scene as to those
transactions that are being rejected.