Ccm Sng Grantsunauthorized charge of my credit card

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Today while I check my account I notice a charge of $57.61 made on the 03/28/2010 and remove on the 03/30/2010. Now I never made any purchase or know who this company is.

This is the transaction done on my account

DEBIT PURCHASE
CCM SNG GRANTS [protected] GB
[protected] 482487 Mar 28
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I tried calling this number and it doesn't work, how convenient./ I called the bank Immediately and change my card and now they are investigating.

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    Miss Lisa Anne Apr 08, 2010

    The exact same thing happened to me on 3/29/2010. I do not use this checking account often, or make online purchases. I am still waiting to receieve my money back from chase.

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  • Sa
    Sadsituation Apr 05, 2010

    The same thing happened to me today. My mom must be responsible, so I'm wondering if it has anything to do with online gambling.

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  • Mo
    montreyj Apr 01, 2010

    I had this same thing happen to me about 6 months ago. These people get your card number from fraudulent websites or buying something off of an unsecured website. Before I buy using my card number online, I check to see if the website has a secure site seal from either GoDaddy.com, Thawte, or Versign.

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