META PPGF Charge on Credit Card – Is it Legit?

META PPGF charge on credit card statements may be puzzling. We understand these concerns and are here to assist.

What is META PPGF Charge on Credit Card, Debit Card, and Banking Statements?

Have details or insights regarding the META PPGF charge on debit card? This charge may also appear on CashApp, Venmo, Paypal, or Zelle. Your expertise can help others. Please share in the comments below, and provide links and company contact information. Also, if you do not recognize the charge, it is unauthorized, a scam, or fraud please contact the company or your financial institution. This is from the Facebook or Meta Company Paypal Giving Fund.

The PayPal Giving Fund collects charitable contributions through PayPal, GoFundMe, Facebook, Instagram, Twitch, among others, and allocates those funds to the charities suggested by our donors. That’s why the donation receipt you receive is issued by the PayPal Giving Fund.

Paypal and Meta Giving Fund Contact Information:

Address: NA
Phone Number: N/A
Email: Use Paypal Contact Form
Website – META PAYPAL GIVING FUND

META PPGF Bank Charge

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Potential Charges Noticed on Your Bank Statements

Customers are advised to be vigilant and keep an eye out for various charges that could appear on their bank records. Transactions may come from the following entities:

  1. PANTHER EAST credit card charge
  2. JD TRENDSETTER Charge
  3. WMT PLUS CHARGE
  4. P1 FITCH PAYPAL CHARGE
  5. 2207 BRI SAN MATEO
  6. HARRIS NA HELP

Regularly checking and understanding your bank statements can help you identify and address any unexpected charges promptly.

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Fake Facebook post

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November 29, 2023

A relative whose son died of cancer at age 16 is on Facebook. A post on here page was a request for contributions to the American Cancer Society. I contributed $200. I then received a message from her that she did not make that post. After considerable difficulty I was able to contact Facebook and lodge a complaint. I received a notification that the contribution had gone to the American Cancer Society, but that if I did not intend to contribute. I requested a refund. In check my bank account where the charge appeared, it had disappeared. It was from “Meta PPGF.” I told my relative that I had been promised a refund. She indicated that she has been unable to remove the contribution request from her Facebook page.

It appears that someone is posted these charitable requests on Facebook pages. Whether or not the money really gets to the charity is a question. In any event making the fake posts on Facebook is a scam and should be policed.

Ron Hoffman