AVE C MKT 88 TROY MI

The credit card or debit card charge AVE C MKT 88 TROY MI was first spotted on May 09, 2016. This charge has been reported as trusted by 31 users, 64 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen AVE C MKT 88 TROY MI on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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Category Food Vending (edit)
Description Scan and oay for food from a vending area at a workplace (edit)
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What people are saying...

Janice Brown on May 09, 2016

unauthorized charge - who are these people?

Becca G on May 19, 2017

According to this other website it is a vending machine. Did you buy something from a vending machine? https://www.whatsthatcharge.com/AVE-C-MKT-888979TROY-MI

Lola H on June 26, 2017

I do not recognize this charge and I don't buy things in vending machines. Chase not being very helpful, which will be a problem for them as I may ditch their card. $1.99...no big deal except if it isn't legit X thousands of people it becomes quite profitable

Clolson on August 03, 2017

Several of these charges were on my bank statement...NOT MINE! Chase Bank also NOT helpful and reversed the initial 'refund' they issued to my checking account. Even AFTER I canceled my debit card and received a new one, there were more charges. I'm banking somewhere else!!!

Michelle on August 03, 2017

This charge on my Wells Fargo debit card turned out to be for a vending machine at my husbands' work place - I knew we hadn't been anywhere near Troy, MI !!

wayne t on September 28, 2017

I too kinda freaked out when I saw this on my Wells Fargo statement. BUT...for me, it was totally legit (albeit certainly an unexpected 'name' for the 'merchant'). In my case, it was a special 'scanning' type machine that effectively was a vending machine in the cafeteria where I work. All the goods are in racks, it's a self serve, honor system kind of thing. You pick what you want, scan the bar code on the machine, and swipe your credit card (virtually identical to what you find in Home Depot or big chain grocery stores as 'self checkout').

This is not Fraud on October 20, 2017

I had fraud on my account and when reviewing all transactions saw this ave c and said wait I've never been in Michigan. BOA refunded everything, then it happened again. I called back and then realized its the market my company has in our break room that has a self check out. I have never been more embarrassed. I used the returned funds to pay some extra bill and now I am going to have to pay it all back.

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