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How to fix or-ccseh-05 error on Google Pay?

Google Pay: allows users to set up different payment methods such as their credit card, PayPal, or UPI to pay for services offered by Google or just to make payments in general. Technical stuff, however, has its own glitches and bugs.

How to fix or-ccseh-05 error on Google Pay?
How to Fix Payment Error Code “OR-CCSEH-05” using Google Pay

Several users encountered the OR-CCSEH-05 error while trying to make payments or add a payment method through Google Pay. In this article, we will cover the causes of this problem and how you can get rid of it to get your desired success.

What causes the OR-CCSEH-05 error?

The reason for this error is not exactly Google Pay or your bank. The reasons are as follows:

  1. The first reason: is the way banks now handle credit/debit cards.
  2. The second reason: a credit card does not match the info you added in the payment methods for the account, or because the info is not suitable for it.
  3. The last reason: is your use of a fake credit card, which often causes this problem, unlike real credit cards.

  • Note: A fake credit card has the advantage of solving some issues and also has problems when connecting them.

Way to fix the OR-CCSEH-05 error

Fortunately, there are some ways in which you can overcome this error. And I'll give you a solution that I personally tried and succeeded with me.

  • To solve the problem, the first step you do.

Go to the site Google Pay or if you're using the Google Play Store app, just click on the three-line icon and then choose the "Payment Methods" option, and in the same option, you'll find the last option called "More Payment Settings" that you click on and take you to the site you initially mentioned.

After you go to the desired location click on the "Payment Methods" option and add/choose to add the payment method in which you encountered the problem whether a credit card, debit card, or...And do add the following info.

Second: Go to the second credit card generation site here and paste the bin card

Note: A card number that starts with the number 4 is expressed as a Visa card. For example: Bin visa card is 48XXXXXXxxxxxxxx 

The number of the card starting with the number 5 means that it is a MasterCardFor example, Bin Master Card is 54XXXXxxxxxxxxxx

  • Here's a BIN running for the following credit cards:

Bin Visa Card is here

Bin Master Card is here

After you paste one of the BIN, you choose how many cards you will create or need, and then copy them (card info generated)

At the last step, you go to the third and last site for checking credit cards here. You paste the info of the cards that you generated and scan for them. After the scan is completed, you choose the active /working/valid card, then go to the first site here and paste the info of the valid card, whether the card’s expiry date number (month and year) and CVC or CVV ( The code consists of 3 digits) and then choose the country Example: America When you fill in all the blanks you click on Save.

Then may appear you the issue. What are you doing? You change the info, for example, the postal code, address, state, etc., of the country that you have chosen. Until the new info (the options that you modified) matches the card, then you press Save and it will work for you, and with this, the method ends and you can solve the other problems that you have when you successfully link the credit card.


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