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Jean on June 14, 2017

The info I have says it is a subscription for online storage for your ipad. I have also heard that they may charge without authorization.

Sue 11-05-18 on May 11, 2018

MY Charge was for my subscription you can get the details and cancel subscriptions on https://www.dropbox.com/payments/transaction-information you need the 12 digit code from your credit card statement

Andrey on July 09, 2018

Every month on 6-th I am charged by the Dropbox on an amount of 9.99 USD. Seens I switched off the Dropbox business 6 months has been passed, but the charging comes over and over. Sees I need to block my MC to avoid it in a future. The last transaction shows: ie/db.tt/cchelp/dropbox 7zz3qxd21cw1

DB. on August 13, 2020

Have a charge of £95.88 from a reference QFVJ97QNVS What the hell is this.

giuliana on September 16, 2020

I think that I ma subject of a fraud, every month € 11,99 are charged on my credit card. I have blocked my credit card, but also on the new one they are taking this money. Hope to block and have a composition for all the money lost? Actually is about 1 year and I never have updated my dropbox from basic to business. please, help me to stop the fraud.

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