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Frequent Google Pay Charges On Fiance's Account-What Are They??

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Enigma666 | 22:06 Tue 03rd May 2022 | Family & Relationships
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I found frequent Google Payment charges on my fiance's account without being able to see what he paid for. They are of small amounts like 2.54, 6,05 etc. but like six or seven in a day.. Could those Google Pay charges be for chat or dating sites?? Last year we almost broke up because I found he was on Tinder..

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Could be lots of things, including games and the things you're worried about ...
22:12 Tue 03rd May 2022
Yes, quite likely.
Could be lots of things, including games and the things you're worried about ...
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I forgot to mention that I also found Ding charges which is an international mobile recharge service, allowing users to send mobile top-up to anyone in the world. He has his own mobile phone company he uses-why would he top up his own number including some other phone numbers in Latin America???....
It could be that someone is using your fiancé’s bank details fraudulently. About a month ago I noticed several debit card transactions on my bank account from Google Play (not Google Pay) all for £0.89. I don’t have the Google Play app so I cancelled the card immediately and disputed the transactions with Google (https://payments.google.com/payments/u/0/unauthorizedtransactions#). Within a few days they refunded all the fraudulent transactions.
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@scrunge999
actually, he knows about them because he deleted them hoping I wouldn't see them but i looked at the Trash folder. He does play games, but not sure if the expenses are for games or nasty sites..Since April 26th he spent about 150 euro so far-counted them all..
Perhaps they are for packs of sandwiches, crisps, drinks, chocolate etc.

I have to say though that I don't give much hope for your relationship if this is how you two are behaving.
Why are you looking at his account?...and his trash folder?
Does he have access to yours?
Sounds to me as if you are stalking him, trying to catch him out. Better to leave things be. He is his own boss, can do whatever he wants and doesn't need to be answerable to you or to anyone else.
If you continue with this kind of behaviour, you will end up hurting yourself.
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