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account suspended due to change of credit card

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Recently i got a new credit card, now my printer is blocked because HP isn't receiving payments anymore. I received no warning about this, only that my printer gives me a notification to contact HP. 


I would like to update my cardnumber but can't find where to update is, HP's helpservice keeps telling me to do this on my accountpage, but there is no option to do this. Could someone tell me where to do this so that the supsension on my account can be lifted and I can print again?


Thank you in advance!

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@Scheer_94, Welcome to HP Support Community!


Here is a document HP Instant Ink - Update Your Payment Information that can help you with changing your card information on the account.


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