The credit card or debit card charge PAYLINK VEH COV CREDIT was first spotted on May 03, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 25 users, 81 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen PAYLINK VEH COV CREDIT on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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What people are saying...

Kevin on September 14, 2016

This is for extended warranty for your vehicle. I can confirm that this is a trusted charge, provided you received a call about extended warranty and opted in for it. It maybe confusing for some bc the initial charge is listed as something else. If I recall, they let you know this over the phone.

Kathy on July 19, 2018

They told my Mom that if her car broke down, it would cost her at least $20,000.00 to repair... She is being charged $99.00 a month for a car that is worth about $4000.00... She is in no position to afford something like this... The bank stopped the automatic deductions for her and then paylink.vehcov called and told her that they would take her to court unless she caught up the payments and continued the service... Her late boyfriend had put this into effect when they first bought the car in 1999...They are telling an 86 year old woman that they will take her to court and she will go to jail...They will not give a number where I can reach them for her...I smell something real bad here...

Karen on September 29, 2018

I share a credit card with my father. He the primary card holder therefore only he sees his statements. I finally found out this paylink had been chasing my dad 176.00 a month since April for my car! I have NO idea how they got my information or my dad's! I called them and they redirected me to someone else and those ppl said they would have to get the FBI involved to find out how this happened. That doesn't sound suspicious at all! I don't know how to get almost 1000 back for my father. I did cut off the card so they can't charge it anymore but now I'm wondering what are they going to do next?

Jheria on August 02, 2019

Paylink attempts to outsmart its victims and find ways to steal their money!!!

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