Pvt charge after good pop up

  1. I have been doing the pearson vue trick but it charge me 200 dollars even though i put wrong cvc and expire date. after that i did it again and i got a good pop up. What does it mean? It means that i had been register to pearson? Need help here.
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  2. 11 Comments

  3. by   Atl-Murse
    If informations you put in was wrong how could have been charged . I feel like charging for not understanding the trick
  4. by   Soohot
    I dont have any ideas either why it charge me even though i put wrong cc and expire date and i got confirmation mail from pearson that i paid 200 dollars.
  5. by   hopefulRN'17
    Quote from Soohot
    I dont have any ideas either why it charge me even though i put wrong cc and expire date and i got confirmation mail from pearson that i paid 200 dollars.
    That doesn't sound right. If you put in the wrong numbers it would tell you that your payment has been declined. If you put the correct numbers, it will charge you and send you a receipt.

    Either way, if it initially does not tell you that you are currently registered and a new registration can not be made at this time..... then most likely you did not pass the exam.

    =(
  6. by   Kratoswife
    Quote from Soohot
    I dont have any ideas either why it charge me even though i put wrong cc and expire date and i got confirmation mail from pearson that i paid 200 dollars.
    That's impossible!

    Computer system know when a cc number is fake. Try buying clothing online with the same incorrect cc information you put in. If it goes through than you are either putting in the correct credit card number or this thread is a farce.
  7. by   203bravo
    OP never said that they put in the incorrect credit card number but rather the incorrect exp date and security code.

    OP - the reason that you seem to be getting the "good pop up" at this time is because you were charged and a new test registration was created in your name and since you can only have one open registration of course the system is now going to tell you that you have currently have an open registration and a new one cannot be created at this time.
  8. by   Kratoswife
    Quote from 203bravo
    OP never said that they put in the incorrect credit card number but rather the incorrect exp date and security code.

    OP - the reason that you seem to be getting the "good pop up" at this time is because you were charged and a new test registration was created in your name and since you can only have one open registration of course the system is now going to tell you that you have currently have an open registration and a new one cannot be created at this time.
    I know and it still doesn't make sense. However the later part of your comment makes sense.

    Try putting in the incorrect security information to purchase something online it won't go through!
  9. by   hopefulRN'17
    Quote from 203bravo
    OP never said that they put in the incorrect credit card number but rather the incorrect exp date and security code.

    OP - the reason that you seem to be getting the "good pop up" at this time is because you were charged and a new test registration was created in your name and since you can only have one open registration of course the system is now going to tell you that you have currently have an open registration and a new one cannot be created at this time.
    I took my exam a few weeks ago and did just that (put the wrong security code) and my card was declined, I then put the correct one in and it charged me. It doesn't matter if you put the wrong card #, security code, or exp. date...

    If you passed, it will tell you that you currently have an exam scheduled and another cannot be made at this time. If you didn't pass, it will charge you given the correct numbers or decline and ask for new payment if you entered any incorrect information.

    The reason you got a good pop up after payment is because technically you have already registered (paid) for a new exam.

    But it's ok.... you will pass this time =)
  10. by   Soohot
    Today when i try to log in my pearson account, it said that my account was currently restricted and cannot log in. Do i have to call them to fix it?
  11. by   Soohot
    It does not make sense too. It charge my card even though i put wrong cc and expire date. And today when im trying to log in my pearson vue account , it says that your account was currently restricted you have to call customer service to remove the restricted. Is anyone here has the same problem as mine?
  12. by   hopefulRN'17
    Quote from Soohot
    It does not make sense too. It charge my card even though i put wrong cc and expire date. And today when im trying to log in my pearson vue account , it says that your account was currently restricted you have to call customer service to remove the restricted. Is anyone here has the same problem as mine?
    I'm sorry. I haven't read or heard about that. Give them a call and see what happened.

    All the best!
  13. by   Blake_93RN
    You probably done it too early without receiving the email from pearson. But from what I'm seeing you probably didn't pass. Good luck on everything!

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