Why can I not see a pending authorization reversal or a transaction?

Why can I not see a pending authorization reversal or a transaction?

The pending charge will drop off on its own, usually after a week or so. If a pending charge that you expect to settle disappears, it'll likely show up again later once the merchant finalizes the transaction.

Because it's a pending charge and not an actual transaction sometimes you are unable to view this information on your online statements.


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