Are you wondering why there is a charge from WEB NETWORKSOLUTIONS in your credit card? You are in the correct website. We are sad to inform you that you may have suffered a scam from WEB NETWORKSOLUTIONS. Credit card scams are a pretty normal thing when buying online, usually when people buy things in unknown sites and also on phishing actions taken by hackers.

Our users voted a total of 21 times, and 20 voted that it is a SCAM CHARGE.


WEB NETWORKSOLUTIONS credit charge is the number 604 in our database. The charge comes from a fraudulent company transaction in Liberia. Not funny huh? Every month 100 people come here by typing web network solutions credit card charge or similar terms.

What to do if your credit card has been charged?

  • You can search for the official Fraug.org website where they show information on how to tackle this kind of situations.
  • Also, you can check on the official VISA or Mastercard websites to ask for help, or open a dispute on PayPal.
  • If any of this solutions don’t work for you, we recommend you to go to your local bank office and ask for help, they are prepared to tacke this kind of credit card scam things.

WEB NETWORKSOLUTIONS credit charge was first spotted at 5 on Monday, 2016.

What people are saying about the scam...
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  1. The person claimed to be from AOL and told us they could fix our connection issues. Low an behold after the service and extensive ADWARE INSTALLATION they provided a notepad receipt claiming to be Web Network Solutions Inc from New York. They requested we provide a check to be picked up by FedEx. We called AOL and asked if they were affiliated with this company. They weren’t. They advised we immediately Allow our security company to scan our computer. We called the people who handle our internet security only to find that Web Network Solutions removed the security suite and installed all sorts of Adware. The kind where they can lock you out of your computer and extort you for more money. Learning of this we filed a report with the FBI’s cyber crime division at ic3. We were advised to inform FedEx of the scam and have them retain the information they have in their system. What a waste of time. Fraudulent company taking advantage of elderly folks.

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