The credit card charge HARRAHS ADV DEP WITHDRAWAL was first recorded on March 12, 2018. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Yadira on March 12, 2018

I noticed 2 charges to my debit card sated 9/11/17 for $70.01 and 179.99 and I do not know what they are for I did not stay at Harrah''s or was I near the property or charge anything at Harrah''s control or anything like that on that date I have confirmed with care Southern California that I was not playing nice thoughts nor did I have a reservation during that time what can I do my bank won''t return the charger because it''s over 60 days that I noticed this charge who can I file a claim with the find out why it was charged.

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