More Info On The $9.87 Credit Card Scam

More Info On The $9.87 Credit Card Scam

MGD at dslreports read our post last night about Prophotosland.com and its fraudulent charge to reader Megan’s credit card. He’s been following the scammers—”an organized crime syndicate operated from Eastern Europe”—for nearly three years now, and has a ton of highly valuable information on them, including their recent targeting of military personnel stationed overseas. Bottom line: cancel your credit card, Megan, because they’ve got access to it now—and report the charge as fraudulent rather than dispute it.

Watch Out For $9.87 Credit Card Scam From Prophotosland.com

Watch Out For $9.87 Credit Card Scam From Prophotosland.com

A reader named Megan noticed an unfamiliar charge for $9.87 from prophotosland.com on her WaMu credit card statement, so she began to investigate it.