The credit card or debit card charge MDC*EATING WELL IA CONTINUITY/SUBSCRIPTION MERCHANTS was first spotted on August 11, 2015. This charge has been reported as trusted by 23 users, 43 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen MDC*EATING WELL IA CONTINUITY/SUBSCRIPTION MERCHANTS on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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Penny on June 21, 2016

There was a $15 charge on MDC Eating Well on my charge account. I looked it up on line, gave them my name, and supposedly had it cancelled. Now I can't find this website to confirm the cancellation. Eating Well magazine seems to have nothing to do with the charge.

Discover User on April 04, 2019

Just showed a $24 charge on a defunct Discover card for MDC*EATING WELL . Since this card has not been used and the account closed in 2016, we definitely did not use it today.

Visa - 4/4/19 on April 04, 2019

Visa - charge $40.95 from MDC*Eating Well, not authorized charge.

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