There have been several reports of a suspicious and unauthorized VGN Envoye charge on credit card and bank statements. You are not alone on this.
Continue reading below to learn more about the charge.
VGN Envoye charge on credit card
The source of the VGN Envoye charge on credit card is unclear at this time. We did a background check on the charge and the only company we could find was “Envoy”.
Envoy is a company based in San Francisco, California that provides an enterprise workplace visitor management software platform. It was founded in 2013 by Larry Gadea. The Envoy platform enables businesses to securely sign in guests, manage deliveries, and organize meeting room bookings.
Envoy integrates with other platforms that provide notifications, directory services, file storage, sales and marketing, wi-fi, and building security, as well as the ability to create custom integrations via the Envoy API, IFTTT, and Zapier.
There’s a chance you’re being charged because you used one of their integrated platforms.
However, when we spoke with a representative from the Envoy company, he stated that he was unable to confirm whether or not this charge was from them. We were referred to their finance department and are currently awaiting a response. Stay tuned for updates on the response.
Be aware that fraudsters frequently conduct a small dollar transaction to determine whether a card is active. After receiving approval, they begin selling the numbers on the black market. Minor unauthorized purchases are frequently an indication that the card has been compromised, so you should immediately lock your card.
What To Do
If you haven’t used your credit card in a few days and believe you have been wrongly charged, you can also report the charge to your bank or credit card company.
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