CSC Service Work charge on credit card and bank statement: What it’s about
Numerous reports have surfaced of unauthorized and suspicious CSC Service Work charge on credit card and bank statement. We’ll take a quick look at the charge.
Continue reading below to learn more about the charge.
CSC Service Work charge
This is a charge from CSC ServiceWorks. The company is the leading provider of commercial laundry services and air vending solutions throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.
On May 16, 2013, Pamplona Capital Management acquired CSC ServiceWorks.
Note that Card Security Code is not the same as CSC. Card Security Code is the security code printed on your credit or debit card and is used to authorize purchases.
Why you are seeing the CSC Service Work charge on your credit card or bank statement
You are seeing the charge because you purchased a maintenance or repair service from CSC ServiceWorks.
Depending on the nature of the service, the charge may appear as a one-time fee or as a recurring charge on your bank statement or credit card statement. The charge could be “CSC ServiceWorks,” “usa*csc tep co,” Usa*csc servicework, or something similar.
What to do
If you see a CSC Service Work charge on your credit card or bank statement that you don’t recognize or didn’t authorize, you should take action right away. You can begin by contacting CSC ServiceWorks’ customer support team to inquire about the charge and, if necessary, request that it be removed or refunded.
Also, If you think the charge is fraudulent, you can also dispute it or file a complaint with your bank or credit card company.