The credit card or debit card charge VUE*TESTING/TRAIN SVC was first spotted on November 29, 2014. This charge has been reported as trusted by 89 users, 90 users marked the credit card charge as suspicious.

Do you know what the source of this charge is? Have you seen VUE*TESTING/TRAIN SVC on your credit card, debit card, or prepaid charge card? If so, please comment below!

Charge Information

Merchant Pearson Vue (edit)
Website (edit)
Phone Number 800-511-3478 (edit)
Category Training/Testing (edit)
Description Examination fees (edit)
Phone Number

What people are saying...

Ernie Pyle on March 16, 2018

Monitor your bank account daily.

SysAdmin on December 30, 2019

It's for a test you may have taken with Pearson VUE, for example AWS or Microsoft certification.

irina on January 07, 2021

blueprint (facebook) exam charges

Sulis on February 13, 2021

Someone stole my card number, probably sometime in December 2020 or January 2021. There was an unauthorized charge from "Jet Frog" for 47 cents, then an unauthorized $250.16 charge from "VUE*Testing/Train SVC". Fortunately the bank notified me of suspicious activity, so I got those charges taken off my account, and got a new card issued. But always review your card statements!

Jay on July 26, 2021

Yeah, it was for AWS course training for me that I had forgotten about.

Amar on July 16, 2022

Guys I got it now if for pte English test charges for Pearson!

Diane Spag on August 08, 2022

Yes! I am certain that I never subscribed to anything, yet this company billed my 65.00 Canadian for over a year and I got nothing from them, aside from being scammed. They say they can only provide 4 months’ refund, so I’ve reported to BBB and will see what other action I can take. Yes, shame on me for not checking my bill better, but double shame on these scammers for taking advantage of hard working people during very tough times. I’m livid!

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