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The credit card charge COCA COLA AUSTIN TX AUSTIN was first recorded on March 25, 2014. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Dave on April 26, 2017

Skimmers use coke machines to test cloned cards - immediate results, unmanned and low enough value to not immediately arouse suspicion. Coca-Cola should put location information in the ID so it'd be easier to track fraudster's locations.

K.S. on March 26, 2019

I just got a $1.50 Coca Cola Austin charge on my bank debit card. Will contact them today to initiate a scam investigation.

Greg on July 22, 2020

I got four transactions in the amount of two dollars and one transaction for the amount of $1.75 per push through on my card. I am mediately recognized and called the fraud department and had the car deactivated. I never go to the vending machine or drink soda. I’m thinking it might have been at a gas station right past sixth street off I-35 before riverside. There is a little Chevron and that is the only money that I spent that day was to get a bag of ice.

Punisher on December 24, 2020

On the 21st of December, a charge was posted on my card for $0.62. The following day two charges of over $200 were posted at Dillards at the Domain. The ONLY place my card could have been stolen is at the 7-11 on Koenig and Airport Blvd as I was in there the morning of the 21st and some super shady black guy who was sitting in his car and came in to ring up my purchase.

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