Credit Card Charge : FASHIONPRODUCTMALL BEIJING CN CNY

shahran84

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Aug 4, 2011
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Hi guys,

I've deposited in casinos but usually the credit card transactions are put as xxxxxx BAKU AZ .. but
I saw my credit card charge as "FASHIONPRODUCTMALL BEIJING CN.."..

Have anyone here get this charge statement before? I'm not sure if my credit card has been scammed or
one of the casinos using Beijing CNY Dollars to charge me.. All my transactions are in USD dollars.

Any advice?
 

ksb11

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Hi guys,

I've deposited in casinos but usually the credit card transactions are put as xxxxxx BAKU AZ .. but
I saw my credit card charge as "FASHIONPRODUCTMALL BEIJING CN.."..

Have anyone here get this charge statement before? I'm not sure if my credit card has been scammed or
one of the casinos using Beijing CNY Dollars to charge me.. All my transactions are in USD dollars.

Any advice?

I couldn't say for sure, however, it sounds like a description of a charge I would get on my cc. Hope this helps
 

conker

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I have not seen this before. Are you able to name the casino who took the deposit?
 

giogio

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I've seen some of my gambling transactions charged with a similar "Beijing" locations...not same name though. In my case it was at sloto/desert casinos. Hope it may help.
I may add that in those few cases I've been charged an extra fee from my bank. (1.50 to 2.00 bux) for 'em
 

vinylweatherman

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Make a thorough check against all your casino deposits to see if you can match this charge with one of them. Looks like the casino used a different processor than the usual for this one. It is unusual because you are in Singapore.

If all charges match your deposits, then you have not been scammed, but keep a close eye on things.

Coming from the UK, I have never seen this. My credit card charges go through EU based processors, and in most cases are easily identifiable as casino deposits.
 

shahran84

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I did play at slotocash before.. when i called the credit card company, they say it's from an online computer transaction.
Not sure if it's slotocash casino. Wierd~ why beijing?? All my transactions are in USD..
 

giogio

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I did play at slotocash before.. when i called the credit card company, they say it's from an online computer transaction.
Not sure if it's slotocash casino. Wierd~ why beijing?? All my transactions are in USD..



I've been playing a lot at sloto and I noticed that they use several processors ,some of em are from there, some not!!!:)
 

jelsmith

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It is Sloto or Desert Nights. I ONLY use 1 card to play there and I have several charges that say that. It is def them.
 

slotplayer

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I saw these two credits in my account. Has anyone ever seen this before?

credits-edited.jpg
 

slotplayer

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These are credits so they are paying back to your cc a/c and the amounts run into 2 decimal places so the odd name and the amounts are widely seen as methods to circumvent detection by the banks for online gaming transactions.

thanks but I understand the odd values.

I guess what I was getting was the transactions being credits and not debits, which means they overcharged me and refunded me.
 

IanO

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I guess what I was getting was the transactions being credits and not debits, which means they overcharged me and refunded me.

Or did you have both deposits and withdrawals in the same period? I have seen cases where a Casino will try to return withdrawn money to a card used to deposit, with any remainder reverting to an alternate method.

another possibility... do the casinos you use have use processors with banking fees but the casino offers to cover those fees? This could also be what happened. They could be refunding those fees. Just a thought.
 

slotplayer

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Or did you have both deposits and withdrawals in the same period? I have seen cases where a Casino will try to return withdrawn money to a card used to deposit, with any remainder reverting to an alternate method.

another possibility... do the casinos you use have use processors with banking fees but the casino offers to cover those fees? This could also be what happened. They could be refunding those fees. Just a thought.

no on both possibilities. never had a withdrawal and the bank does charge an isa (I think its called an isa fee without going back to look it up) fee but its like 20 cents.

Most of my deposits were the minimum. $25, $20 or $21 so its one of those, probabally the $21.00

I closed all my casino accounts, the last being Buzz which I closed on the weekend but actually got closed when support came back this past monday.
 
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