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I bought crystals and points they didnt post to my account and you got the money from my credit card for a total of 33 dollars i did get 1 crystal pack and 1 50 point plus 5 10 point packs but didnt get the rest

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GoodDay!

try to call that bank to your credit card, and tell them what happen for your account, they have the access to check the status of your credit card if someone HACK or Get the Credit of your account.
and also call you have purchase with.

Thanks And GodBless!!

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