The credit card or debit card charge WC *MON PULSE was first spotted on January 16, 2018. This charge has been reported as trusted by 23 users, 54 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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

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Jane Goewey on January 16, 2018

$24.95 each month notes at POS Withdrawal (ELN) WC *MON PULSE WC *MONPULSE X;;;8293 mn(5516)

Sonja Patton on December 07, 2018

I got lucky and caught it before it could do any real damage!!! just got to be careful! I mean, there's a whole new breed of predator out there! Merry Christmas happy New year God bless good luck

Antoinette Payton on September 11, 2019

I was charged on my debit card for $27.95 and it was WC Mon Pulse ..I never authorized that as a matter of fact I don't know who or what they are

Ebenezer Ekwebelem on January 28, 2020

I just observed this WC*MON PULSE charge on my debit for $27.95 reoccurring for the first time. I am getting across to my bank at once

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