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Juan perez artacho on March 29, 2017

I have reciently been victim of two charges in my credit account. The total amount is 74€. I have been making up about that and I don't remember being paid such amount. Already cancelled my credit card

Josee on May 29, 2022

Had 3 different transaction in the last 2 weeks. 100-20 and 20 so 140 in total. What is that????

April on July 15, 2022

Report your card stolen immediately!. A - We aren't with Vodaphone B - We aren't in NZ C - Used 2 x Business Cards from the same account within 30 secs of each other

Naomi Judith Bird on September 21, 2022

I have a S10 charge on my Visa card 16th Sept friday don't know what is for I don't use vodaphone

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