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Why is my bank account showing two transactions when I only made one?


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Take a closer look at your statement. One of those is probably a "Hold" placed against the purchase amount while it was being processed, while the other is the actual removal of funds from your account. Check the math, and you'll probably see that the fee was actually only deducted once from your balance.

If you did get double-billed, you'll have to contact LL's billing department. The residents in these forums can't help you there.

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Take a closer look at your statement. One of those is probably a "Hold" placed against the purchase amount while it was being processed, while the other is the actual removal of funds from your account. Check the math, and you'll probably see that the fee was actually only deducted once from your balance.

If you did get double-billed, you'll have to contact LL's billing department. The residents in these forums can't help you there.

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You usually only see the hold while it is in effect, or if you look very carefully at your statement. It's actually a fairly standard practice, to prevent someone from changing a huge purchase at several different merchants in quick succession, and appearing to have sufficient funds to each because the prior transactions hadn't cleared yet.

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