What is 337 pbc pontiac mi pontiac mi?

The credit card charge 337 PBC PONTIAC MI PONTIAC MI was first recorded on July 11, 2015. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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glentall on November 15, 2015

Is this for a vending machine transaction?

Lindsay on November 21, 2015

Mine was a charge from a vending machine at Great Lakes Crossing.

Leslie on December 22, 2015

Our account was first charged 1.50 to 337pbc then after it was charged HUNDREDS of dollars to stores such as Victoria Secret, bath and body work, and Journeys! If you see this charge CLOSE your account immediately your debit card has been hacked!

Robyn on December 29, 2015

Our account was first charged 1.50 to 337PBC twice then it was charged hundreds of dollars at Meijers in Auburn Hills!!!!

Sue on December 31, 2015

Our account was charged with $1.50 for 337PBC Pontiac, MI on Dec 26, 2015, then our account was hit with a transaction described as ACH Debit / CHECKCONVR ADVANCEAMERICA $676.45. Anyone know if these two are related? I had debit card shut down but bank is closed until Monday.

Edward on January 18, 2016

As someone else stated above mine too was a vending machine from Great Lakes Crossing mall.

Kathleen on March 30, 2016

We realized the 3 transactions on our statement were legit purchases made at a vending machine at MJR theatre at Partridge Creek

Scott on April 21, 2016

Kathleen answered my question. These were charges from a bottled water vending machine at Great Lakes Crossing. Oh, Edward too, Thanks.

CLC on June 04, 2016

Mine was a charge for Water bottle at Partridge Creek.

Alex on July 16, 2016

It's a vending machine transaction

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