The credit card or debit card charge TRANSPORT FOR NSW-OPAL HAYMARKET AU was first spotted on August 30, 2017. This charge has been reported as trusted by 35 users, 109 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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What people are saying...

Michelle on August 30, 2017

According to my Bank it was a test charge to see if card is activated. Was tried at least 3 times today with other names all for a $1. lucky my card is over its limit and only 1 worked. Bank is rejecting charge.

Sarah on February 02, 2022

Have just spotted this charge for $1 in daily increments over a period of two months. Have alerted my bank and am disputing the charge.

Deborah on November 24, 2022

First-time charge of $1.00 which coincides with activation of a new credit card

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