The credit card or debit card charge NEWS DIGITAL SUBS SURR SURRY HILLS was first spotted on July 09, 2015. This charge has been reported as trusted by 29 users, 144 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen NEWS DIGITAL SUBS SURR SURRY HILLS on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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What people are saying...

DEBORAH on February 28, 2016


Lynda on April 22, 2016

This just came up on my statement but I have never subscribed or handed out my credit card details to these people. What do I do?

Neil on October 04, 2016

Came up on my statement and have no idea how they got my card number etc. Could register as a scam

Hina on April 21, 2017

This has come up on my statement too, I have not subscribe to anything like this how do i stop it and get my money back 😠😠 on May 08, 2017

please cancel my subscription

Don on July 07, 2017

I have also been charged $24/ month since 2016 is this a scam as I have never subscribed to this group.

Beverley on September 12, 2017

I have also been charged for $32.00 per month for at least the past 12 months and my bank (NAB) tells me to cancel my subscription! I don't know how many times I have to tell the bank that I have never subscribed to this.

madi hunt on October 17, 2017

Have just spoken with call centre at News Digital Media who insisted I must have subscribed to The Advertiser for the $28 per month to come out. Being a digital subscription I never new I was subscribed as I only read The Advertiser in hard copy. I asked how they got my bank details and was told I must have given them to them, which is not correct. I have asked for this illegal subscription to be stopped and an email to confirm it has been stopped. Still no email to confirm cancellation for something never subscribed to.

madi hunt on October 17, 2017

Just rang them again and been told that email will confirm cancellation when subscription expires in November....told them this unacceptable as requested proof of cancellation today and was promised the same. Offered to wait on the phone while email sent was told would come from different department in 10 minutes. It has been 15 minutes and no email. Cancellation emails run along the following lines...if you miss it then the subscription is continued as the email has to be responded to. News Digital Media are con artists but stay just within the confines of the law. They expect you to trust them but do not believe you when you call them out for subscribing to something you didn't subscribe to. Buyer and social media users beware, have gone off facebook as a result as only place information from me could have been gleaned.

noel Verweirder 75 nannatee way Wanneroo W.A. 6065 on February 14, 2018

On checking my bank statement,there was $32 deducted on 01/02/2018 for digital subscription,I never subscribed for a digital subscription,I only get THE WEEKEND AUSTRALIAN in printed form delivered. Can you please rrectify this.Thanks in advance! respectfully. Noel Verweirder

ZOORROO on June 01, 2018

They taking $20 every months without my knowledge...aaaaaa

Joanne Tibbitts on July 02, 2018

News Digiual SUB - Surry Hills Feb 2017 they have deducted $59 and $24 per month to date atm. These are coming out of my CBA Credit card. I have no idea what they are for, I have not authorized or given my details out. How do we stop this scam and get our money back? I know I should have noticed this before now but I do not use this card other than for Regis. H E L P please.

Lynne Bletcher on September 05, 2018

This started at $31 and for the past 8 payments $61. I don’t know what they are for.

Benny on December 17, 2018

This is a legitimate charge from News Corp such as Herald sun, Daily Telegraph, Advertiser, Courier Mail, The Australian and More.

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