Quick question, Amazon Visa just left a message on my voicemail saying they wanted me to call them about some transactions on my credit card. I think they're referring to my 2 poker deposits "email@example.com(Services and Merchandise)" and "PRINA-PAYMENTS(Services and Merchandise)". Has anyone else had this happen to them? Do I even have to call them back? Just kind of a weird thing to wake up to in the morning.
09-24-07, 08:56 AM
of course you should call them back. they probably think they are a shady front and are worried about fraud.
call them and authorize it.
09-24-07, 10:42 AM
yeah i got that before. just call em.
you'll most likely just get a recording when you call. it'll list off some transactions and you just need to confirm that it was you who made them.
09-24-07, 11:26 AM
Gaming merchants disguise their company names from credit card companies all the time. My buddy deposited $200 on bodog last week and got a call 5 minutes later asking if he just purchased $200 worth of books from a store in Ohio. :lol:
Nothing to worry about -- they'll just verify that you know of and approve the transaction and possibly even put that "merchant" on a safe list so you don't get bothered in the future.