2 answers

  1. That is a planned feature that has not been implemented yet.

    1. In response to Civsci

      Do you really expect Sears to allow that? Should that ever be implemented it would mean that a client would have very easy proof that 'Sears' had contravened the requirements of both Mastercard and Visa, as they stand at the moment, when 'Sears' charges said cards before the item is shipped or the service performed, unless the client has very specifically agreed to such a charge being made. The poster's comment also of course begs the question is the delivery from 'Sears' or a third party vendor?