STORMMEDIAL

The credit card or debit card charge STORMMEDIAL was first spotted on January 26, 2018. This charge has been reported as trusted by 26 users, 91 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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

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What people are saying...

Denise Hansen on January 26, 2018

Date posted 1/19/18 in the amount of $17.40, the transaction on my statement looks like this: PAYPAL STORMMEDIA 4029357733 described as a "Foreign Transaction" and I do not use PayPal !!!

Denise Hansen on January 26, 2018

How & when can I get reversal on this charge on my account?

Linda Boisselle on February 03, 2018

In the amount of $ 22.40 US, the transaction on my statement looks like this: PAYPAL STORMMEDIAL 4029357733 HK . This charge was applied to my credit card after I ordered an item online at www.LoveLivingChic.com (Never received it and the support team of love living chic told me there was no order !

Camille Dubé on February 13, 2018

Charge of 54.88 on credit card announced like this (sur carte de crédit annoncé comme suit) : Paypal (That I didn't use) *STORMMEDIAL 4029357733 HKG 42,95 USD @ 1.2777oooetc.. - NEVER RECEIVED ANYTHING and we are th13 of february 2018 ! Just found out that it could be a fraudulous "charge" !

Mohamed Barudin on February 16, 2018

This must be a scam. I am also a victim of Stormmedial. A fraudulous charge was incurred in my Paypal account. How can I retrieve my money SG84.04. Can anyone help?

sylvia on March 05, 2018

i have also been charged and not received goods STORMMEDIAL , 4029357733 HK , USD 26.80, VRATE 1.3828, FGN PUR FEE how do we claim this back as went through paypal ?

Richard 19 March 2018 on March 19, 2018

Ordered a video microscope from add on Facebook but did not get the goods,monies taken out of bank account. Buyer beware. I won’t buy on FB again.

Armand Jacques on March 27, 2018

My credit card was charged $ 53.69 on 1/29/2018. Never received anything. NEVER BUY ON FACEBOOK AGAIN.

Tracy Mandac on April 01, 2018

I have received charges from Stormmedial as far back as Sept 21, 2017 on my Paypal account. Two charges on the same day for two different ammounts $32.98 & $34.89. They’ve continued i noticed as i just received the most recent charge for $31.93 on March 5th 2018. Never heard of them. I havent used my paypal account for purchases. Only to RECEIVE client payments but still I only utilized it twice in the last six months or more! So now what?!

Maryanne Goole on April 04, 2018

Received a charge for what I ordered through PayPal and then a different amount appeared on my credit card which is tied to PayPal and also another additional charge of around $15 dollars. I am going to follow through with this through PayPal.

joe E on April 06, 2018

I too received a charge from Paypal Stormmedial 4029357733 HK. What gives?

Lance on April 13, 2018

This is a charge associated with Paypal if you don't have enough money in the Paypal account and it automatically transfers to another source. Supposedly this is somewhere in the fine print. Here is a statement from someone on the Paypal help thread: If you have been reviewing your bank records or credit card statement, and have found what you believe to be an unauthorized charge or charges that shows “Paypal” and the phone number 402-935-7733, take a deep breath, and relax. It may not be what you think. Here’s what that transaction really is. This is how it appears on your bank statement or credit card transactions when you pay for something via Paypal, or something is otherwise charged to your Paypal account (such as through an automatic transaction, or using your Paypal debit card, for example), and you don’t actually have enough in your Paypal account to cover the charge. Remember way back when, when you signed up for Paypal, and you had to provide a bank account or credit card as a backup billing method? That’s what that charge is. It is Paypal using your backup billing method to cover the shortfall because you dont’ have enough in your Paypal account. We agree that they do a poor job of making that clear (and to be fair, it may be out of their hands in terms of how it shows up on your statement). But that’s what that charge with the phone number 402-935-7733 is. Now, all that said, if you don’t have a Paypal account, or have not used it during the time that the transaction occurred, or otherwise don’t remember a purchase that correlates to that entry on your bank statement, by all means you should contact your bank, as it’s still entirely possible that it is fraudulant.

Michael S on April 20, 2018

"PAYPAL *STORMMEDIAL 4029357733" appeared on my Alaska Visa statement. When I called that number, the lady wanted to verify my account by having me tell her my credit card number over the phone. Rather than get involved, I'm just going to file a disputed charge with Alaska Visa.

Candace Lee Solano on May 27, 2018

I did not make this charge on my card and need my money returned I am reporting to my bank

Ashley on May 28, 2018

I purchase the product for $42 and storm Meddial showed up this is the first time ever purchasing on this site is there anyway I could call and cancel this purchase to get the money back on my card or what I have no idea what this is and I have no idea what to do and it also has a signature purchase with a number

Stefania on May 30, 2018

Il mio ordine non e arrivato

Roy Clemans on June 14, 2018

Never received translator product for which I paid $97.80. Company is a scam!

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