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Question DetailsAsked on 12/21/2017

I am looking at my credit card statement and see a bill for $5.55 from Angie’s list. I do not know what this charge

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Here is a previous basically identical question with a couple o ways to approach it - nicely by contacting and hoping they will correct it, or otherwise with the credit card company as a fraudulent charge because this seems to be a frequent complaint.

Though I have read there are scammers using stolen credit card data to charge to vendor accounts which sound legit but are not - the charge might be listed as going to Angies List for instance but actually be going into someone else's merchant account for a short period of a week or few, then they take that money and run before the credit card company wakes up that the merchant account that charges are being credited to is phony.

So it might not be Angie's List fualt at all - though after about 4-5 years of seeing a significant number of similar complaints about phony billings and especially about membership fees being charged long after the membership has been cancelled, I don't have a lot of confidence in it being innocent, one way or another.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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