BP FDMS CAT

The credit card or debit card charge BP FDMS CAT was first spotted on August 05, 2015. This charge has been reported as trusted by 33 users, 114 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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What people are saying...

Sandy on May 25, 2016

My card was just charged 100 dollars in Florida with BP FDMS CAT..I am thpysa d mile away in another state. I have cancelled my card but what is BP doing about this as how does this happen if they do not have card? I see I am not alone and this is disturbing and I would hope BP is doing something from their end.

Sue on May 02, 2017

Yes, it happen to my card today 5/1/17 It in BP gas station in Alpharetta GA BP FDMS CAT Charge on my card 3 times $100 each. So i call American Express.

Melanie on May 02, 2017

Just happened to me. Thankfully it was declined. What is BP doing about this??

Essence on March 12, 2018

This happened to me today 3/11/18. I’m not even sure how this happened without knowing my zip code . I have to wait a few days to get my money back. This is the third time someone has hacked my American Express card but this will be the last. I am done with American Express on top of the high fees

Brian on March 02, 2019

Today is 3/2/2019. I awoke at 5am this morning to see that charges from bp fdms cat have completley depleted my funds on my account. I panicked because this put me out of town without a dime. I called amex customer service and guys... check this out... they say they never heard of this. They were not helpful at all. They representative told me that there is no department inside amex organization that has the ability to stop transactions from happening even is there being reported as fraudulent. My card is brand new maybe a month or two old. The charges came from New York and I live in Minnesota with my card. How is this possible? They told me contact the fraud department at 8am but I have a feeling this is going to be a process. I dont believe any persons should use a card service that doesn't have any ability to protect its clients. Thats just lame. After this is over I will cancel this account for good.

Latoya B on March 19, 2019

I woke up on 3/15/2019 at 1:15 am to find an email on my phone telling me about "a" fraud charge that was on my American Express prepaid card that I have from Jackson Hewitt from a company called BP FDMS CAT!! It asked was this me that made that charge!? Oh hell no that was not me! I immediately hit the NO button. To open my account and saw that this "COMPANY" HAD 21 charges they had on my account all equaling up to $635.02. I was PISSED to put it lightly . One charge was $200 and one for $94.02 All the other charged was mainly for $10.00 and $25.00 . I immediately called American Express! Long story as I can i had to wait until they "TAKE MY MONEY" IN order for me to dispute the charges.. googled the company only to find out that it is hard working people out here like myself that basically got robbed the same way! This is disgusting so now I am " Waiting" to see if I can get my money back from people I had NO AFFILIATION WITH. I think it is absolutely ridiculous that American Express knew it was fraudulent charges that was made 21 times in one day to the same damn company and you couldn't block them from taking my money! American Express need to take better measures on keeping people money safe and secure! Of course they didn't take my money but it was NOTHING SET IN PLACE TO PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING ! so now its a waiting game for me and a wake up call! People who fraud other individuals nothing good is going to come from this game you play to hurt hard working citizens! Get a real life!

Lurdi on September 28, 2019

I have been a victim as of today. 71.80 has been taken out of my Amex account. How in the world did this happen. I live all the way in Kansas and the charge was "in" Delaware. 🤔🤔🤔

Ashley on September 10, 2020

I checked my CreditOne Amex account today and had a charge from BP FDMS CAT as well. I called immediately and they said they will investigate and send me a new card. Stay safe people!

Larry on December 29, 2020

I seen this on my card and had no idea what it was. Reading these comments I'm freaking out! But when I woke up this morning I see the charge had cleared. It doesnt say BP FDMS CAT anymore... it actually says the correct location, just different date. I did make this purchase

Lee Mansfield on January 11, 2021

I saw this charge on my card as of 1/10/2021, not sure what it has to do with and why it is there... How do I correct this issue?

Kameron on March 06, 2021

I received a random charge of $20.43

Moseph on August 23, 2021

Just had to call and get a new card. $100 was randomly charged to my account under BP FDMS CAT and I literally was going crazy wondering why I would ever spend $100 flat at a gas station. I get the munchies but not that crazy! If you find this problem, Call immediately to you credit bank and get a refund and new card.

Gee on September 03, 2021

I think this is a temporary authorization for the gas pump. Goes away when the corrected amount is charged.

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