Ever look at a charge on your credit or debit card statement and wonder “who the heck is that?” We recently became aware of a lot of people finding a charge from “SEI” on their online statement who have no idea what SEI is, who SEI is, or what SEI stands for. They understandably want to know “What is this charge?” So we decided to write up this simply explanation of merchant names on credit card statements, using the cryptic “SEI” as an example.
Members of USAA insurance and banking programs have been receiving email that appears to come from USAA (which stands for United Services Automobile Association), but which are actually phishing scams. The scam email comes from the nonexistent domain usaaservice.com (such as from “USAA.ServiceAccount@usaaservice.com”).
A lot of people don’t know that Paypal has an autosweep function. Auto Sweep is when Paypal automatically transfers the money from your Paypal account to your bank on a daily basis (actually it’s at night, not during the day). It’s easy to set up, but hard to find. So, here is how to set up AutoSweep with Paypal.
If you have been reviewing your bank records or credit card statement, and have found what you believe to be an unauthorized charge or charges that shows “Paypal” and the phone number (402) 935-7733, take a deep breath, and relax. It’s not what you think. Here’s what that transaction really is.