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Just noticed £71 on my bank statement have gone to TPS online UK ECOM. Is this some sort of fraud?! I'll give my bank a ring tomorrow anyway. I Googled it and looks like a scam but how do they go about getting my bank details??

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Just noticed £71 on my bank statement have gone to TPS online UK ECOM. Is this some sort of fraud?! I'll give my bank a ring tomorrow anyway. I Googled it and looks like a scam but how do they go about getting my bank details??

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Sniffers on PC, ATM.
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Sniffers on PC, ATM.
I just realised TPS is The Perfume Shop. I did order from them lol false alarm 😂

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I just realised TPS is The Perfume Shop. I did order from them lol false alarm 😂

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71 quid not a bad parfume
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71 quid not a bad parfume
Chanel Eau Tendre
I LOVE perfumes lol.

That would have been an awkward embarrassing call to Barclays :facepalm:

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Chanel Eau Tendre
I LOVE perfumes lol.

That would have been an awkward embarrassing call to Barclays :facepalm:

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Have Bleu de Chanel and 10 different scents all together. Don't use them at all.
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Have Bleu de Chanel and 10 different scents all together. Don't use them at all.
Why?!! That should be a crime.

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Why?!! That should be a crime.

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No suitable occasion to wear. Most of the time I'm in hoodie and trainers driving.
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No suitable occasion to wear. Most of the time I'm in hoodie and trainers driving.
Everyday is a suitable occasion. It's always nice to take a sniff of yourself lol.

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Everyday is a suitable occasion. It's always nice to take a sniff of yourself lol.

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I think clothes has to match perfume.
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I think clothes has to match perfume.
Thats true too

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That would have been an awkward embarrassing call to Barclays :facepalm:

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I've done this too. When he said "they sell tickets". I felt stupid because I realised who they were.

Going to move this to Money and Finance.
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This happens all the time, I wish companys would put their actual trading name in the transaction comment rather than some unknown umbrella company.
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Hi
Just noticed £71 on my bank statement have gone to TPS online UK ECOM. Is this some sort of fraud?! I'll give my bank a ring tomorrow anyway. I Googled it and looks like a scam but how do they go about getting my bank details??

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All banks have a 24 hour hotline for reporting unauthorized activity btw...
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This happens all the time, I wish companys would put their actual trading name in the transaction comment rather than some unknown umbrella company.
I search my email inbox for the amount showing on the statement, that brings up the receipt instantly in most cases so I can satisfy myself that I did indeed spend the money
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I search my email inbox for the amount showing on the statement, that brings up the receipt instantly in most cases so I can satisfy myself that I did indeed spend the money
i have done this before. actually i once got a small refund in a case like this, only to later realise that it was for something i had brought. silly me
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I think it stands for The Perfume Shop. I had the same on my account!
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I prefer to rub lard in my armpits before I go on the tube. Really seals in the flavor.

Imagine wearing rubber socks for a whole summer's day... then taking them off under the table during dinner with your family. Enough toe cheese for everyone.
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