First seen August 31, 2014. Last updated on October 31, 2016.

The credit card or debit card charge PAYPAL *BORECDANIIL was first submitted to our database on August 31, 2014. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Clint on October 31, 2016

I discovered this charge recently in the amount of $29.95 and have not a clue what this could be. Paypal sees this "merchant" and does not see any obvious restrictions on them that might indicate they are possibly fraudulent. Paypal has a "customer service" email for this entity that is a gmail account, but no name, address or phone number info. The lack of contact information I find suspicous. The only search hits I get for this company (I searched their email address, the phone number shown on my cc statement, their name, etc. so should have got some hits if there are any) and only get this page. Paypal was able to see that it was (allegedly) for something called Photo Rescue Pro: Base 1. This sounds like software, but here, again a legit software company would have readily available contact info. Plus, this is not a type of software we would be likely to purchase. It is still too early to be definitive, but I suspect this is a fraudulent charge. I will update as I learn more.

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Clint on October 31, 2016

Update to my comment posted earlier today. We were able to substantiate the charge. It was for the software PayPal was able to tip us to. The wife forgot all about it. Also, she reports it was effective. She lost some photos and this recovers them. Somebody involved here has some very poor business practices not providing any viable contact info, mismatched phone numbers, no web presence, etc. However, it was legit and case closed for us.

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