The credit card or debit card charge AMAZON *MARKETPLCE CA WWW.AMAZON.CAON was first spotted on January 26, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 18 users, 70 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen AMAZON *MARKETPLCE CA WWW.AMAZON.CAON on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

Charge Information

Merchant Amazon Marketplace (edit)
Website (edit)
Phone Number Click to Add (edit)
Category purchases (edit)
Description 17.10 charged plus Kindle Unlimited not requested (edit)
Phone Number

What people are saying...

shirley on August 01, 2017

Still waiting on my ice maker to arrive It has been a month so does mean I got ripped I have already had to pay my credit card for it where is please let me if I will ever see it

Woody on November 13, 2017

The phone number above is not accurate... belongs to someone who had no idea about Amazon Marketplace etc.

Jean Guy on January 06, 2018

Since May 3, 2017, my credit card is charge every month the amount of $29.99 I am trying to find the source and to be in contact with Amazon but the process is complicated. Why we can't come in contact with Amazon to fix this issue

Raymond Archambault on March 07, 2018

I have been charge twice for the same item,twice now, at amazon.caON. The items were received. I did not contact amazon yet. I'm awaything for my next purchased. I pay with my visa credit card.

George Wildman on July 20, 2018

Nov 1 2017 I purchased a tablet from It arrived with no invoice. The charge was made to my credit card as Amazon *Marketplce (note the "a" is missing). When I tried to get a record of the purchase on Amazon order history, the purchase was not there. Since then there has been several charges on my credit card by Amazon *Marketplce (no "a"). These are fraudulent entries. Who is Amazon *Marketplce? Is this a scam? How do they insinuate themselves into the Amazon platform? How is this to be stopped?

Danny on July 01, 2019

A charge from Amazon Downloads showed up on my statement for an amount of 9.99 CAD I never use Amazon, So I am not sure what this charge is or where it came from. I will try to contact Amazon to see why it is about or whether it is a scam indeed.

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