PP *PDN PURCHASE MN

The credit card or debit card charge PP *PDN PURCHASE MN was first spotted on January 18, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 30 users, 74 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen PP *PDN PURCHASE MN on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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Merchant PP *PDN PURCHASE (edit)
Website https://www.personaldefensenetwork.com/contact/ (edit)
Phone Number 855-231-0650 (edit)
Category Self defense tutorials (edit)
Description Video downloads (edit)
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What people are saying...

Scott on September 17, 2015

Personal Defense Network Video Membership

Craig on February 17, 2016

Personal Defense Network Video Membership

Craig on February 17, 2016

Personal Defense Network Video Membership

David Penwarden on December 18, 2017

These fucks took $54.oo out of my account after my account had been closed for over a year..! Watch your ass with this bullshit..!

William Cobb on June 24, 2018

Why was my credit card charged $54.00?

William Cobb on June 24, 2018

Why was my credit card charged $54.00?

Jan Harris on June 27, 2018

This just showed up in our account. My husband says he signed up for some kind of "delayed membership" in July of last year. He just called the company and got them to remove the charge.

John M on September 11, 2018

This is an on-line video training site that "sells" introductory "memberships" for a couple of bucks. A year later they update you to a "Premium" membership and charge you $54 using retained CC information. No communication from them in the meantime about "renewal" or upgrade.

David on November 16, 2018

Personal Defense Network. Did not know I was going to get this charge. I called and they were very nice. Cancelled the membership and refunded the fee with no problems.

Charged me without notification on January 23, 2019

Bad business

K. RICHARDSON on January 23, 2019

I found unwanted charge for annual membership on my credit card. I just called and cancelled membership as well as requested refund which was promised within 2 business days. Representative was courteous and professional.

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