Witfeed witfeed.com credit card fraud, iphone app fraud , Internet – Today when checking my bank account statement online I found two fraudulent charges made by a company with whom I have never had any interaction before nor have I ever purchased anything from called “Witfeed” each for the amount of $11.93. I googled “witfeed” and found another ripoff report on them and that their website appears to sell some kind of iphone application. according to their domain name registration, they are based in the Ukraine which is one of the top locations for credit card fraud. Somehow these criminals obtained access to my card info and processed fraudulent payments. I have canceled my card in response.

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