VHA MILSONS POINT

The credit card or debit card charge VHA MILSONS POINT was first spotted on January 10, 2021. This charge has been reported as trusted by 47 users, 274 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

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

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What people are saying...

Brenda Gardam on January 10, 2021

User on June 02, 2021

It is a legit transaction (called pre-authorisation charge) and happens whenever there is a new card linked, Vodafone confirms the transaction by holding $1, which gets refunded within 14 business days

Chan on June 20, 2021

same case. will check with local vodafone shop.

Glen on June 21, 2021

Confirmed, I updated Vodafone this morning and see this charge at that time.

Kate on June 27, 2021

In my case, it was someone who had scammed my credit card. They spent about $700 before it maxed out. They started off with the $1 VHA charge, then took it from there.

Soumia Mathew on July 28, 2021

Lost $1 after update card details eith vodafone.

Lesley Lehmann on August 22, 2021

Noticed it recently but no idea what it’s for or why

Valerie on August 27, 2021

$1 added to my credit card No idea why but I did change my credit card details with Vodafone

Jess on August 31, 2021

Shows up with the same date that I updated credit card details with Vodafone. Presumably it's related to that but I will be keeping a close eye on my account just in case

Tricia on September 01, 2021

I also got this charge after just updating new credit card details with Vodafone.

Gary on September 15, 2021

I have two charges on my debit card and also Vodafone charge of $30.

Marie Markham on September 17, 2021

I also got this charge of $1 on the day I update my credit card details! What right do they have to do this? Is this fee recoverable?

Carina on September 22, 2021

Yes on 14 September 21

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