Did you see a charge from PRIME VIDEO 888-802-3080 WA? Find out what PRIME VIDEO 888-802-3080 WA charge is on your credit card or on your bank statement. Or tell us your story about the charge.
A charge of $5.49 was charged to my bank acoountby Amazon. I didn’t make this purchase. It was paid to Prime Video Seattle 888-802-3080 WA.
I don’t know if this is the case for everyone but 888-802-3080 is a phone number associated with a scam organization posing as Amazon.
This is a scam! I do not have an Amazon Prime account but they charged my card for $9.99!
Not a scam. It is a subscription for Prime Video Channel via Amazon. It looks like a scam since it doesn’t appear in your Amazon purchases.
No need to panic everyone, this is a Prime Video Channel charge from Amazon, for your subscriptions. Mine was for HBO. I had to search through my documents to remember where this charge was from. To check it out for yourself, go to your Amazon account, go to "Your Memberships and Subscriptions" then click "Payment History", there you will see the exact charge that appeared on your credit card. If it wasn’t you who made the charge, then someone else might be using your card, however the PRIME-VIDEO charges are legit.
A charge of $5.29 was charged to my bank account by Amazon but I didn’t order this item.
Had this charge on my credit card and called the number they have provided. They told me it was a kindle book I purchased. They told me they are having a problem with their billing names and they are aware of the issue. Charges are legit, just the charge names are weird.
888-802-3080 is associated with a large scam operation in India, they claim they are Amazon. Do not call this number or provide them any valuable information, they will use anything to scam people. If you see this charge on your credit card, please contact your bank immediately and take necessary steps. Cancel your card, file in a fraud complaint.
I had a $6 charge on my account for prime video but I did not rent anything. Chase said it was fraud.
I haD some charges with this number 888-802-3080. I was able to trace the dates back to purchasing a season of two different shows, coincidently the same price and around the same time of two consecutive months.
I was charged $4.29 from PRIME-VIDEO- 1 888 802 3080, the charge says it was made to Prime Video Seattle WA. I did not authorize this charge, I don’t use Prime. 4 dollars can be a small price but it’s still a fraud!
I got charged from this number 888-802-3080. I traced the dates back to buying a season of two separate shows at the same time and for the same price two months in a row. The transactions on the Amazon card (Chase) accounts are listed by monthly statement date, making it appear as if the payments were made on the same day every month until I searched for the real purchase dates.
This is legit but annoying. I had a charge listed from Prime Video*210L82GQ2 888-802-3080 WA. I tracked down the number after some googling and found it was on Amazon>Account>Memberships & Subscriptions. Noticed it was for a Starz subscription, they manage to hide it well.
DO NOT CALL THE 888 802 3080 NUMBER! It is a scam! Contact your bank immediately since your debit card is most probably hacked.
When I called the Amazon Customer Service for this issue, I was advised that this number was linked to the price for the Apple Watch warranty.... Strange, because, while the warranty shows as a digital transaction, the watch shows otherwise.
888 802 3080 phone number is involved with a huge international fraud operation in India, they are acting as Amazon. Do not call this number or provide them information. If you see any transactions on your debit card or credit card from this phone number, contact your bank immediately and report it as a fraud.
This was a $5.44 charge for Prime Video. It is legit, according to a quick investigation I made. We watch Top Gear on the Motortrend channel, and this was the first charge for it. Phew!
This wasn’t a scam. It’s a "Prime Video Channel" subscription through Amazon, could be HBO. Feels like scam because it doesn’t show up first. To find the details you have to go to "Your Memberships and Subscriptions" and then click on "Payment History.". I found this after panicking and calling my bank to cancel the card. Well, better than testing if it was a scam.