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Dalius91

Random 2$ facturation

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The title says it all. 29 of september I had a 2$ bill on my bank account coming from Linden Labs although I haven't played for several weeks. I don't own anything ingame, such as land or a house btw.

Two dollars is nothing... but why? How? I removed my credit information out of security reasons and paid the 2$ anyway. But That got me slightly worried.

My avatar didn't more since last time; at the exact same spot where I left him.

Any ideas?

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Dalius91 wrote:

My avatar didn't more since last time; at the exact same spot where I left him.

 

Any ideas?

Loitering fee?

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You should contact billing to answer your questions.

Billing support phone numbers:
Toll-Free (US/Canada)
800.294.1067
Long-Distance
703.286.6277
The Billing team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Local Toll-Free numbers

France: 0805.101.490
Germany: 0800.664.5510
Japan: 0066.33.132.830
Portugal: 800.814.450
Spain: 800.300.560
UK: 0800.048.4646
Support is in English Only

If you cannot use one of these phone numbers contact Live Chat if you are a premium member or file a support ticket

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This notice was sent out by LL a few weeks ago. 

https://community.secondlife.com/t5/Featured-News/Update-Your-Second-Life-Payment-Info-Today/ba-p/2966060

Note the message at the bottom: 

 

*Note: You may notice small authorization charges made to the credit card associated with your account. As is common when new payment processors are initialized, these charges are made to confirm the validity of the billing information on file and will be automatically voided by your bank or credit card issuer.

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May also be worth checking your Linden$ balance in game. Some groups will sneakily charge you fees. If your L$ drop below zero then the Lab will try to recover that.

If your L$ balance is not below 0 then this is less likely, but it's always a good idea to watch group liabilities anyway!

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