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How do I find about the charge on my credit card?


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I have an $18. charge from ITunes on my credit card that I don't know
what it covers?


Ambassador Team Leader, Senior Moderator
Jan 8, 2012
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Also check your email. Apple sends an email message alerting you to your purchases.

Rob Phillips

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May 1, 2012
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If you don't believe you authorized the charges I recommend contacting your bank and filing a claim ASAP. I work in the banking sector (if my username didn't give it away) and fraudulent iTunes charges are very common.