Date of publication: 2017-08-27 15:15
I believe what we have here is someone or some people are intercepting and using a possible legitimate phone number. The 957-985-7788 is answered as a Paypal exchange but when contacted PayPal denies it authenticity. The agent at the 7788 number asks for personal information. My particular charge was only $75 but I feel they were just testing the waters. Better to be prudent and close your accounts than be sorry.
“We recently learned of an incident involving unauthorized access to guest information associated with certain hotel reservations,” a letter on the Trump company’s website read on Tuesday.
Verification charge showed up like this:
(PP*XXXXCODE 957-985-7788 CA 59-85-65 575556) where the X 8767 s are digits that you enter on the PayPal site to verify your card.
Now you can understand just why I believe the comments here in this thread making 8766 excuses 8767 for Paypal are nothing but gov 8767 t trolls! And you can do a Google search on that one too, enter 8775 paid gov 8767 t trolls! 8776 People had better wake up before its too late! Our 8766 founding fathers 8767 went to WAR for much less than all the crap our gov 8767 t has pulled on American citizens going back even before 9/66! 9/66 just gave 8766 them 8767 an excuse to 8766 speed things up. 8767
Remember way back when, when you signed up for Paypal, and you had to provide a bank account or credit card as a backup billing method? That 8767 s what that charge is. It is Paypal using your backup billing method to cover the shortfall because you dont 8767 have enough in your Paypal account.
Host response. CLOSE OK User: No action required. CLOSE 999999 Term: Display host Response. If OK, print reports, clear XXXXXXXXXX batch, and clear close flag. NOTE - XXXXXXXX = BATCH ID returned from host xF6D9 6999 TeleCheck International, Inc. CONFIDENTIAL.
Anyway, thanks again for the helpful information. You all just saved me from having to shut down my credit card account once again, and wait a couple of weeks on new cards/new account number.
My wife, who does not have a Paypal account, paid for a campsite with our CC. It showed up as a Paypal charge, phone number in California, but since we don 8767 t live in California I disputed it. Turned out to be legitimate but Paypal 8767 s vendors HAVE to figure out a better way to describe their services.
This is totally fraud charges for us. We don 8767 t even have Paypal account. They charged us twice in different dates and used different merchandisers. Called Paypal and verified that we don 8767 t have an account with them. They refunded the charges but had to go through different departments just to clear our names and finally return our money back.