MSN provides a lot of email services from free ones like ‘My MSN’ to paid services such as ‘MSN Hotmail plus’. Though the paid email services which MSN provides are of high quality and worth the money users are spending to use the services, they face some problems with the billing. They either are ignorant of the procedures involved or at times it is due to any technical problem.
If you encounter any such problem with the billing or related processes, you should contact the MSN Billing help center for this or log on to online MSN Billing Support service.
Here are some of the problems you may face with the billing process-
Your payment for the outstanding balance is declined
This can happen due to a number of reasons such as due to insufficient balance in your credit card account, expired or wrong credit card details that you may have entered or credit card may not have been activated in case it is a recent one. In case all this does not work, then you may have to contact MSN Billing help center.
You receive errors while trying to update your credit card
This again may be possible due to insufficient balance in your credit card which you are trying to use to clear your outstanding balance. It could also be due to the credit card may not be an activated one; if it is, then it may be that you have entered the wrong billing address, expiry date and name mentioned on the credit card. In case you are sure that you have made any of these mistakes, then you take the help of MSN Billing help center and may reach out to them at online MSN billing support service.
Apart from these problems, you may also face problems such as you being charged twice for your account in a single billing cycle, or you may not be able to remove your old credit card which you do not want to use while paying the MSN bills. These are quite peculiar problems and users do not face it often. However, it has occurred before with some of the customer. In such a situation, you should not worry too much as it will be resolved by the efficient staff working at MSN. The wrongly charged amount, if found true, would be credited back to your account.