What is pp *wwgoa.com purchase mn?

The credit card charge PP *WWGOA.COM PURCHASE MN was first recorded on June 02, 2014. It has been flagged as suspicious by our users.

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Jannette on December 12, 2017

My partner has this charge on his account and I was trying to work out if it is a business expense. He couldn't remember what it was for so I google the .com address and it took me to a page for woodworking projects and plans from America. My partner is a carpenter and enjoys woodworking so I assume it was a legit purchase. The charge was for PP*WWGOA.com which I believe stands for Projects, Plans, Wood Working Gould Of America. The charge was an international purchase from the USA so it is probably either a newsletter subscription or some woodworking plans.

michjael wood on May 10, 2019

I have no idea where or what this charge is.

michjael wood on May 10, 2019

I don't know what this is.

Mister Ed on June 27, 2019 on June 28, 2019

I looked it up since I had no idea what it was and found this site.

Blurg on June 28, 2019

"PP WWGOA" stands for "Plans and Projects - Wood Worker's Guild of America". It's a subscription newsletter/magazine. Any newsletter that costs $55+ a month is NOT worth it. If you're being charged for it, cancel your subscription.

ljak57 on August 27, 2019

Yes it is an online subscription to the Woo Worker's Guild of America but I am only paying $9.55USD. It is interesting that someone would be paying $55.00 per month unless it is for a premium membership or has something else bundled in with it.

Cook on January 04, 2021

This web site tried to use my debit card without authorization. Don’t ever do this again. Bank is aware

Scott F. on January 12, 2021

Just saw this taken out of my acct not authorized by me whatsoever!

Amber on February 01, 2021

Just had this charge on my account also! I've never even looked at their website so I have no idea how it would have gotten charged to me. Wtf

Susan on May 01, 2021

Like both Scott F and Cook, this appeared on my account. I have no idea who they are — never heard of them before and I don’t do woodworking. I will be notifying my bank of unauthorized charge when the open on Monday.

Eastcoast on May 06, 2021

A "Withdrawal Debit Card" charge appeared on our checking account labeled "PP *WWGOA.com Purchase Wayzata MN" amount $15.80. Then right after that a "Withdrawal Adjustment Credit Voucher" credit appeared reversing the original charge. We have never dealt with WWGOA.com and have no idea what this was for. Will contact bank in the morning.

William joy on November 27, 2021

I clicked on the woodworker's guild site. The come on is they offer membership for a dollar. . This morning there is a charge for 59. 60$ on my bank account. I don't spend that on Amazon , where you actually get something for your money. What a ripped off. I'm on fixed income. 60$ is a of money. Do got go near this site

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