UNRECOGNIZED CHARGE ON YOUR BILL?

PAYPAL 4029357733, CA


The charge PAYPAL 4029357733, CA was first reported Sep 11, 2013.
PAYPAL 4029357733, CA charge has been reported as unauthorized by 58 users, 16 users recognized the charge as safe.

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  • Hulda Ketterl
  • Mar 7, 2014
It looks like the charge which you have received came from a service called PayPal.

Official website:
https://www.paypal.com/

Main headquarters:
2211 North First Street
San Jose 
CA 95131

To try and contact the customer support you can call them by dialing:
+1 402-935-2050 
+1 888-221-1161
+1-402-935-2258

Fax:
1-650-251-1101

In order to email the customer support you must have an account with PayPal, so that you could send them a message through their system.

But you can also send a direct message here: info@paypal.com

You can also send an instant message through Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/PayPal

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/PayPal

And also LinkedIn:
http://www.linkedin.com/company/paypal

If this contact information will not help you receive an answer, then contact your bank and file a complaint right away!

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Comments

  • LINO
  • Jun 18, 2014
I RECEIVED MY BILL TODAY AND IT SHOWED I WAS CHARGED BY PAYPAL *ERICKSEXY 4029357733 ON FOR $37.08. WHAT AM I CHARGE FOR? WHAT PRODUCT? PAYPALL PLEASE HELP CLARIFY THIS. THANK YOU.

  • John Li
  • May 19, 2014
I was also charged following: CHKCARDPAYPAL *INTERNATION 4029357733 CA $194.95 CHKCARDPAYPAL *MICROMJN 4029357733 CA $3.78 CHKCARDPAYPAL 4029357733 CA $5.50 CHKCARDPAYPAL *HILLME1 4029357733 CA $18.85 which I have no idea what this is. can someone tell me out there who is having same issue??? or share what this is??

  • ovillega
  • May 20, 2014
The only way to fix this. is to cancel your PayPal "if you have one". Secondly you have to unlink your eBay account to your paypal. I ran into the same problem , the only thing I got was to dispute with my bank about the transactions. Which still puts you at risk of other fraudulent charges. Best think just cancel everything and let your ban know , not to accept charges from paypal. Hope this work for you.

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  • locoinsp04
  • Mar 24, 2014
What the heck is this another scam probably some Russian stealing money

  • Alain MassĂ©
  • Mar 20, 2014
Feb 22, 2014, our Visa Card was charges $184.60. The description for this transaction is paypal *O Group 4029357733 We have no clue of what it is

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Most Useful Comment
  • Hulda Ketterl
  • Mar 7, 2014
It looks like the charge which you have received came from a service called PayPal.

Official website:
https://www.paypal.com/

Main headquarters:
2211 North First Street
San Jose 
CA 95131

To try and contact the customer support you can call them by dialing:
+1 402-935-2050 
+1 888-221-1161
+1-402-935-2258

Fax:
1-650-251-1101

In order to email the customer support you must have an account with PayPal, so that you could send them a message through their system.

But you can also send a direct message here: info@paypal.com

You can also send an instant message through Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/PayPal

Twitter:
https://twitter.com/PayPal

And also LinkedIn:
http://www.linkedin.com/company/paypal

If this contact information will not help you receive an answer, then contact your bank and file a complaint right away!

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  • KT Philadelphia
  • Feb 28, 2014
I was at first concerned when I found a $59 charge that I didn't recognize from Paypal *benjaminins 4029357733. After a search I found it was from a retailer I had in fact ordered from.

  • Zachary
  • Jan 10, 2014
PAYPAL *WEGROW4U 4029357733 CA $19.99

  • Muhammad
  • Jan 10, 2014
Happened to look online at a credit account that I don't use and saw a charge for $149.99 for Paypal. I have disputed it with Wells Fargo and closed the credit card. It shows in my transactions as entered by hand and there was never a receipt issue by company who charged my card. I do have a paypal credit card. I also am verified with Paypal with my bank account and a different credit card. Makes no sense that they would charge me on a credit card that I never told them about, when they could easily charge my bank account or the 2 credit cards that they know about it. This is a scam.

  • Kian
  • Jan 10, 2014
Information from paypal.com Reporting suspicious or unauthorized activity If you find an unauthorized change to your Profile, an unauthorized transaction, or a transaction error, report it within 60 days of when it appeared on your Account Statement. If we determine that activity was unauthorized after our investigation, you will be 100% protected. Before notifying us, please double-check to be sure that the transaction is not a purchase that you may have forgotten about, like a recurring payment for a magazine subscription. If the transaction does not involve a PayPal Debit MasterCard®, use the form available in the PayPal Resolution Center to file an unauthorized transaction report online. Or, mail the form to: PayPal Attention: Error Resolution Department P.O. Box 45950 Omaha, NE 68145-0950 If the transaction does involve your PayPal Debit MasterCard: Log in to your PayPal account, go to Account Overview, and click Details next to the transaction you wish to dispute. Follow the directions on the Transaction Details page to fill out the Written Confirmation Form and dispute the transaction. Or, print out the Written Confirmation Form and mail or fax it to us. You can find a link to print this form on the Transactions Details page. Mail the form to: PayPal Attention: PayPal Debit Card Department P.O. Box 45950 Omaha, NE 68145-0950 Fax: 303-395-2855 After you file your claim, we will investigate and refund any transactions that were unauthorized or mistakes. Please be aware that we notify any other parties involved in the transaction to help us investigate and resolve your claim. What to do if your account has been limited due to suspicious activity If we suspect fraudulent activity in your PayPal account, we may temporarily limit what you can do with your account to help protect you and prevent unauthorized activity. If this happens, we'll send you an email explaining the situation. To get your account restored, here's what to do: Log in to your PayPal account. Go to the Resolution Center. Click Steps to Remove Limitation and follow the instructions. If you've completed the suggested steps and your account is still limited, we may need more information from you. Look for an email from us asking for more information or updating you about your account within 3 business days.

  • Ben
  • Jan 10, 2014
I was charged to all 3 of my credit cards, different amounts by 4029357733. It's really hard getting it resolved and I am closing my paypal account because of it! *SKATEBOARDF 4029357733

  • Connor
  • Jan 10, 2014
I also had a charge come up yesterday with this phone number for 299.99! I'm pretty sure it's a fraud!

  • Kyle
  • Jan 10, 2014
This was a $28.86 partial charge to my credit card because the paypal balance was not enough to cover the purchase. Check the date of the charge with your paypal account to figure it out. It was a few months ago. It was an international purchase and it takes some time to ship.

  • Kian
  • Jan 10, 2014
I linked my credit card hoping I could add funds, but found out I couldn't. But that is okay because the 2.45$ went into my paypal. However, There are also two, one dollar "Purchases" showing on my account. What is that? It just seems wrong. And I cant even find out why I was charged. Purchase - PAYPAL 4029357733 CA 135401500231 ($1.00) Purchase - PAYPAL 4029357733 CA 135401570592 ($1.00)

  • Alfie
  • Jan 10, 2014
Any time credit or debit card information is entered, altered, edited, or changed in PayPal, that information has to be verified with the card issuer in order for the change to take place. The credit card industry has a pre-approved method for merchants to verify this information - the $1.00 temporary charge (often known as a pre-authorization). These charges are not permanent, and will never become permanent, though they are absolutely necessary to confirm card information. This is done to ensure the safety and security of every member who uses our services. The $1.00 charge is released back to your card balance after a period of time determined by the card issuer themselves, not by PayPal. For example, PayPal has their own brand of debit card. When we receive a $1.00 pre-authorization from a merchant on our own card, we automatically release them on day five after the charge was placed. Your card issuer may have different policies regarding when they release, however, so you'll want to check with them as to how long they will remain.

  • Jerrell Leg
  • Aug 7, 2012
This is a temporary $1 charge from PayPal used to validate your card. It will be removed so won't be on your final statement.

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