The credit card or debit card charge PHILIPS ELECTRONIC STAMFORD CT was first spotted on November 09, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 40 users, 69 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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What people are saying...

K. Buford on November 07, 2016

Debit charge to my account, unauthorized, traced back to World Pay

T. Siok on May 03, 2017

Unauthorized debit charge. Waiting on Fraud investigation.

Carly g. on May 10, 2017

Charge pending for $233.67, not my transaction. Bank can't stop charge, just file report and get a refund once it's gone through

B. Connors on October 16, 2018

Charge made on 10/16/18. Fraudulent on debit card.

Greta on October 17, 2018

Fraudulent charge on 10/17/18

miami on October 23, 2018

Fraudulent charge on 10/22/18

California October 26,2017 on October 29, 2018

Fraudulent charge to debit card! Pending investigation.

Stepheny on November 08, 2018

Fraudulent charge to debit card. Have contacted my banker. Waiting on reply.

Tim on December 17, 2018

Fraudulent charge 12/15/18

Frank in Upstate NY on January 13, 2019

Mystery Debit card charge for $217.38 on 12-28-2018 from PHILIPS ELECTRONIC STAMFORD CT. We reported this to the bank who immediately issued a new card. Our dispute is in progress. This definitely a fraudulent charge. It first appeared as "Pending" in my online statement. It remained in the "Pending" state for 10-14 days, which is far longer than any other transaction I've seen, so the bank couldn't do anything until it actually cleared the account.

Peter on March 05, 2019

Philips has struck again. 222+ dollars . Credit card company is investigating...

Matt on March 15, 2019

They charged one transaction of less than 5 dollars on 3/14/19, then $211 on 3/15. Chase did not let the second transaction go through and instead contacted me so that's nice.

Katie on March 22, 2019

They charged $222.59 on my card; luckily my bank sent me a text message alerting to possible fraudulent charges and I found out right away. They're smart in that they charge an amount that sounds legit.

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