ISPA/PIMDS DALLAS TX

The credit card or debit card charge ISPA/PIMDS DALLAS TX was first spotted on June 30, 2015. This charge has been reported as trusted by 73 users, 207 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen ISPA/PIMDS DALLAS TX on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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What people are saying...

GTR on October 04, 2015

Same here. I have a charge from this place and not sure what it is for.

456 on December 21, 2015

Fraud charge hollywood fl

Thebl on January 26, 2016

Atm withdrawal

GEO on February 13, 2016

It's one of those random ATMs you find at a club or gas station/convenience store. Chances are, it was you withdrawing and you're just not remembering it.

Ashley on March 04, 2016

Got my debit stolen and I locked my card. This charge was stopped thankfully.

Dedra on March 09, 2016

Multiple fraud atm charges placed on my credit card and most were stopped. I hate thieves with a passion.

Rob on March 29, 2016

standalone ATM charge. you used an non bank atm

ATM Machine on April 06, 2016

Credit Card - Visa withdrawal - good charge that I did not remember.

Eff Emm on May 02, 2016

Definitely non atm machine. Nearly freaked out when I saw debit. Researched. Remembered. Damn! Non atm fees. Laziness on my part.

Jokim on May 24, 2016

Was charge of an ATM at Tampa, correct.

Leslie N Edwards on August 01, 2016

They stole $600.00 from my accounts

Carolyn on May 19, 2017

Checking my Crdt card statement & there's a $22.95 charge, I used an ATM at Safeway. This is a total ripoff. Users beware

Henry on July 17, 2017

this company hit my PayPal account twice. 1st transaction I did then 5 seconds later another atm transaction. note this is an older atm that takes 5 minutes to reboot itself from a transaction. no fucking way a transaction can be done in 5 seconds on an old atm. even with the newer ones, it takes 3 and 1/2 minutes. FRAUDSTERS!!

Marsi Schaefer on July 26, 2017

It was legitimate for me showing on my USAA credit card statement because this was for an ATM withdrawal I had to do for an emergency situation. FYI.....The amount I had to withdraw from the ATM was only $20.00, plus a $3.95 fee from the ATM machine holder, but I was only charged a $0.71 interest charge from USAA, so it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be after all! Hope this was helpful! 😉

Cindy on July 27, 2017

A fraudulent charge on my debit card using this - out of Hialeah, Florida. Took $200 first time - tried to take another $200 but was declined. I hope they get caught!

Niagara Falls Drug area! Boarding house with section 8 people! on November 27, 2017

Charges on my Fiance's card! It was definitely used for drugs!

Jeremy Smucker on August 21, 2018

I did not make this transaction.

Forgetful on November 20, 2018

It’s an atm.

Michael F on June 24, 2019

I thought it was fraud at first, which is how I found this site by searching my statement description, but turns out it was an ATM withdrawal I did at the Hyatt Regency in Atlanta, for some reason it took 3 days to show so it appeared like it was transaction that happened today.

Esther P Sepeda on March 28, 2020

We don't know no who ISPA/PIMDS is and they withdrew 82.95 from our account

Pat cannon on September 02, 2020

They took money from our acct one from inquiry and one for check balance.This was at a marathon gas station.

John on September 30, 2020

In my estimation all you people calling this a fraud charge are absolute idiots. These are ATM charges... you know, the ones you find in bars and stores. I was confused about it at first. May you should all stop taking money out of the bank after you are sufficiently drunk.

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