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Suspended account due to payment options as card had expired.

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Go to the xbox live website and sign in with your email and password which should direct you to your gamertag and there should be payment options to renew the credit card subscription or purchase the month cards at a store like Gamestop or Walmart. Xbox.com

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Xbox LIVE purchases and membership renewals are charged to the payment option that is associated with your Xbox LIVE account. Use the following steps to add or change a payment option that is associated with your Xbox LIVE account. If you want to remove a payment option, please see Remove an Xbox LIVE payment option.
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ahhh this happend to me
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