Your card can be declined for several reasons. Below are a few common reasons and how you can get it resolved.
The transaction puts your card's balance above its limit. If your transaction is larger than the remaining balance on your card, it will be declined. Your manager can increase the limit of the card if they want the transaction to go through.
The transaction puts your company's balance above its limit. If your transaction is larger than the remaining balance for your company, it will be declined. Your manager or the owner can pay down the company's balance to allow new transactions to come through.
The transaction was declined by the merchant. In some cases, the merchant will decline a transaction. This is especially common for certain high-risk categories, like gift-cards. If your card is being declined and you have a balance to complete the payment, speak to the merchant to see if the issue is on their end.
The transaction has been flagged as fraudulent. If Ramp believes the transaction is fraudulent, it is flagged by our systems. Reach out to support and we'll help get it resolved.
If you have any questions, you can always contact support and we'll be happy to assist you.