Usually, the pending charge will disappear when the settled charge is processed, but occasionally, it will linger.
This happens when the merchant creates a new transaction when they run the batch, rather than finalizing the existing authorization.
The pending charge will drop off on its own, usually after a week or so.
How long does it take for a pending transaction to disappear?
A pending transaction is a recent card transaction that has not yet been fully processed by the merchant. If the merchant doesn’t take the funds from your account, in most cases it will drop back into the account after 7 days.
Do pending transactions expire?
Usually transactions post before the pending transaction expires. If this is the case, it’s important to remember your available balance no longer reflects the pending transaction and will be reduced again when the transaction posts to your account.
How long does it take for pending charges to fall off?
Opting to purchase something with a debit card results in the transaction showing up temporarily as “pending” on your account. The amount of time it takes for a debit transaction clears varies, but usually isn’t more than a few days. Merchants usually request payment within one to three days after you use a debit card.