From what you have told us, the use of the word 'many' is incorrect. The correct alternatives would be 'some' or 'a few'.
If the transaction did not get passed to the payment company it might be that your card(s) were not validated by the vendor. For stuff like flight tickets which are seen as a high risk transaction that seems viable. There are blacklists used by merchants that stop a transaction from even going for authorisation. Your card(s) can be blacklisted for a number of reasons but creating charge backs is one.
Given what you have told us before, I wonder whether you have been a keen user of charge backs as a way to get what you want? If so, now you know the outcome.
Back when I was doing online sales I used such a system to block purchases from charge backs and serial refunders. According to this article: https://blog.riskified.com/fraud-prevention-blacklists-the-ecommerce-sales-killer/
almost all online vendors use such lists and, unlike my small, self-managed effort, larger vendors, I am sure, will share lists.
Perhaps the cause of your problems looks at you in the mirror every morning. You are seen as being a high fraud risk client.