If you have been constantly receiving notifications on your credit card statement which includes a number unfamiliar to you, you might probably wonder why there’s such number on your history.
Well, don’t freak out yet! If you have PayPal, then the number that you see—which is 402-953-7733—is their customer service number. But what does it mean when it appears on your history? To know if this is something you should worry about, take a look at our brief explanation below.
What does 402-935-7733 mean?
This number naturally appears when you made transactions via PayPal with your credit card or debit card. Also, there’s a likelihood that you will see this in the event that you have set auto-charge or auto-debit to your PayPal account but no sufficient fund.
So, what they do is to debit this in your enrolled card. It’s not something you should be wary of. But, do not also be complacent for it might also be used to scam you and get money from your bank.
The good thing with PayPal is that they allow disputes and complaints. However, if you’re about to take an action for everytime you see the number 402-935-7733, those transactions which are legal, in its sense, will also be reported. So, to save yourself from the repercussions of fraudulent claim, here are some tips.
The first thing you need to ask yourself are these questions:
- Have I made any online transaction in the past days, weeks, or month?
- Do I have subscriptions that I pay monthly, quarterly, annually, or in any period?
- Did someone I know borrow my card?
- Have I given my card details to someone I know of?
- Did I donate money to some organizations?
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If you can remember these things, then you can report if you notice any unusual transaction on your card statement. Another thing which you should ascertain is whether you have enough balance on your PayPal account when you make the purchase. If you think you have committed this mistake in the past, make sure to check your balance before you buy online.
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