Many people come here wondering why there is a charge in their credit card from Amazon-Dig. They usually don’t like to hear that this is probably a scam.
No problem, read all this and we will teach you how to stop this fraud and recover your money. Amazon-Dig credit card scams and many other are usual when people buy online (and also offline), in this case we’re not talking about hackers, it is the actual business who scammed you..
Users did a total of 19 votes, and 14 voted that it is a FRAUD CHARGE.
What is Amazon-Dig exactly?
Amazon-Dig was detected in our DB the number 11802. The charge comes from the country Brunei. There are a total 100 people that have came here asking for amazon dig or something similar.
More information about credit cards and frauds
- Search the official Fraug.org website also learn from their tutorials or directly contact them.
- Also, check VISA or Mastercard sites to ask for help, or open a dispute on PayPal might be worth it.
- Please comment in the comments section if this worked for you or if you know any other detail from the company.
Other data about Amazon-Dig scam credit charge
This scam in credit cards has also been found on Botswana, Morocco and Morocco.
Our combinate score with VISA says that it is a 75% charge fraud rate and the score for PayPal and Mastercard (other credit card providers like Revolut, N26, BBVA, Banco Santander, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Capital One says it is a 61% credit charge fraud rate.
Amazon-Dig credit card notice was found Friday at 5 in 2015.