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Credit card denied for no reason (according to my bank)

I have a credit card which I have been using to pay for skype automatically.  all of the sudden it stopped working was ''denied'' and i have no idea why.  I am unable therefore to put money into my skype account so I can use it to make calls... Love to fix this as soon as possible as this is my primary way of making calls.

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