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Christopher Syn
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      06-07-2007
Make sure your bank statements does not have a charge similar to the one
below:


BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD 800-592-5499 CA -$19.99

friend here at work got hit 3 times today for 19.99 on his cc...not a hoax
CS


 
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Pennywise@DerryMaine.Gov
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      06-07-2007
"Christopher Syn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Make sure your bank statements does not have a charge similar to the one
>below:
>
>
>BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD 800-592-5499 CA -$19.99
>
>friend here at work got hit 3 times today for 19.99 on his cc...not a hoax
>CS


Credit Card Fraud involving Blizzard Entertainment
http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/....html?t=450004


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richard
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      06-08-2007
On Jun 7, 3:02 pm, "Christopher Syn" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> Make sure your bank statements does not have a charge similar to the one
> below:
>
> BLIZZARD-ENT*ELECUPGRD 800-592-5499 CA -$19.99
>
> friend here at work got hit 3 times today for 19.99 on his cc...not a hoax
> CS



FYI, any and all matters concerning the fraudulent use of money,
including credit cards, is handled by the United States Secret
Service. As they are a part of the Dept of Treasury, this is their
jurisdiction.

>From your description, and that posted on the other board, it would

appear then that perhaps someone has either gotten hold of a list of
issued cards and using it, or perhaps somehow is using a computer
program to charge the cards with.
You can be sure that when a number of people contact the CC company
about fraudulent charges, they will investigate and immediately put a
halt to the charges.


 
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