The credit card or debit card charge PREP BLAST 615 4967 CREDIT was first spotted on May 11, 2015. This charge has been reported as trusted by 116 users, 45 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen PREP BLAST 615 4967 CREDIT on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

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Description exam fee. completely legit. trusted (edit)
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What people are saying...

Pissed Off on April 25, 2016

This SCAM company charged me $53.50. FOR WHAT????? I work for the local TV station and have friends in the Sheriff's Dept. There's gonna be TROUBLE!!!

Tera on April 29, 2016

I had this charge from paying for an online exam fee. It wasn't a scam in my circumstance.

Greg on December 07, 2016

for an exam as well

Joyce April 23, 2017 on April 24, 2017

i had this charge as well. It was where my daughter paid for her ACT retest. No scam

Nick on July 14, 2017

I just realized i payed for an exam as well

Nina on September 06, 2017

It was a fee charge for a proctored exam I paid.

Melania on October 05, 2017

I am so grateful to this site.. I too, registered for a community proctored exam. :) Pheww...

Phil on October 22, 2017

I had this charge for an exam fee for the MAT test. Never heard of Prep Blast in my transaction. Looked bogus, but it is not.

Sean on December 05, 2017

Fee charge for an exam (police exam)

Mina on June 27, 2018

Was so panicked until I checked on this site... it was for a university placement exam I signed up for!

Brian on July 24, 2018

It appeared on our credit card statement also. It turned out to be for our son's college entrance exam.

Lunes on December 19, 2018

I was thinking it was a scam. I took a proctor exam in the Midlands Tech in Columbia. The Prep Blast charge is coming from Tennessee. So it is a correct charge.

Love on February 10, 2019

The payment was for my proctor exam. No scam

Jeff Schmidt on February 20, 2019

It is a charge for proctoring an exam for an on-line course. $53.50 just to watch someone take a test. So, it's legit but corrupt.

Kevin Hengst on February 24, 2019

For a proctored exam at a local college.

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