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Speakers institute charge on credit card: What it’s about



Speakers institute

Several reports of Speakers institute charges on credit cards and bank statements from different users have been reported. We will be writing a short review about the charge.

Continue reading below to learn more.

Speakers institute

Speakers institute is an “Education and Empowerment company that specialises in Wellbeing and Leadership, Presentation and Storytelling for individuals, entrepreneurs and Corporate Teams.”

According to their website, The company “works with the best trainers, facilitators, coaches and mentors in the world to give their students the greatest possible education and experiential learning environments within their programs, events & curriculum.”

Speakers institute charge on credit card

If you see the Speakers institute charge on your credit card, it means you applied for a course, coaching, or training from the company or someone else used your card which could be a sign of fraud.

However, make sure you examine all receipts from that time period to ensure you did not simply overlook a purchase you authorized. If you come up empty-handed, contact your credit card company to dispute the charge.

Be aware that fraudsters frequently conduct a small dollar transaction to see if a card is active. They begin selling the numbers on the black market after receiving approval. Minor unauthorized purchases are frequently an indication that the card has been compromised, so you should lock your card right away.

What to do if you didn’t authorize the Speakers institute charge

If you did not authorize the charge or you never bought anything from the company, you could be the victim of credit card fraud. You must immediately notify your card issuer by calling the number on the back of your card or logging into your online credit card account.

Your credit card company will most likely cancel your card and send you a new one. You will not be held liable for the unauthorized charges.

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