Google Pay payments allow users to make the most out of Google services such as Google Play Store, YouTube Music or Google Workspace and pay for them easily and seamlessly. However, several users have been reporting issues every time they try to pay for something.
In particular, error codes OR_MIVEM_02 and OR_CCR_56 have become a common complaint among Google users. As of writing, however, there are no details about these error codes. But if you do encounter them, there are a few basic troubleshooting steps you can take to try to address the problem.
Troubleshooting and Fixing Google Pay Payment Method Error Code OR_MIVEM_02 or OR_CCR_56
Any one of these glitches comes with the error message “Correct this card info or try a different card. [OR_MIVEM_02] or [OR_CCR_56]” that might appear on your device screen.
Match Card Address with Google Payments Address
Payment issues may occur if a different address is associated with your credit card. See to it that your current address matches your zip code. Follow the steps below to do this:
- Use your Google Account to sign in to https://payments.google.com.
- Look for the specific payment method you want to use for your purchase.
- Select Edit.
- Ensure that the listed address and your card’s billing address match each other.
- Update the address if needed.
- Try the purchase once again.
Ensure Your Funds are Enough to Make the Purchase
There are instances when Google Payment error codes occur because you don’t have enough funds in the first place. Be sure to check your account to ensure that your funds are sufficient for the purchase to be complete.
Contact Your Credit Card Issuer or Bank
It’s also possible that there are specific restrictions on your card that cause your transactions to be declined. Get in touch with your bank or card issuer to inquire about your transaction. While you’re at it, ask them if they have an idea why the decline is happening.
Update Your Address and Card Details
Old billing addresses and expired credit cards are two of the most common reasons why Google Payment often suffers from errors. Don’t forget to update these details as needed.
Update or Remove Expired Cards
Your Google payments may also be declined if your card has already expired. The steps below will help you update your expired card:
- Use your Google Account to sign in to payments.google.com.
- Look for the method of payment you want to use for your purchase.
- Review the date of expiration of the listed methods of payment.
- Update or remove expired methods of payment if there are any.
Submit Any Requested Additional
If there are instructions that follow the error code that tell you to submit extra information to Google, don’t forget to submit it right away. Without these details, the service won’t be able to process your account’s transaction.
Try Another Payment Method
You can always try to use a different payment method if the first one doesn’t give you issues.
Confirm Your Payment Details
It’s also possible that your payment profile has been deactivated. Submit your payment details to reactivate your profile.
There are no specific details regarding Google Payment errors OR_MIVEM_02 and OR_CCR_56. However, the troubleshooting steps above may help you get rid of the issue.