How Do I Dispute a Charge Through Venmo?

If you notice you have unauthorized charges from venmo on your bank statement and you don't even have a venmo account you need to act right away. There are ways to dispute the charges with these helpful tips..

Venmo is a digital payment service that allows users to transfer funds from one client to another. The company is owned by PayPal and was founded in 2009. Currently, both the recipient and the sender of the funds have to live in the US for Venmo to work. In the first quarter of 2018, Venmo processed more than $12 billion in transactions.

If you have to dispute a charge with Venmo, it's important to act quickly. Keep reading for instructions on how to dispute a charge successfully through Venmo.

Contact Venmo Customer Service Via Phone

You can contact the Venmo customer service team via phone to get instant help. This is the preferred next step for unauthorized charges so that Venmo is immediately made aware and can secure your account. You will need to have your account details on hand, along with the charge amount and the charge date. If your charge is approved for a refund, ask for an email confirmation. Keep the customer service agent on the line until you receive the email and have reviewed the details. It may take several business days for your refund to be processed.

Contact Venmo Customer Service Via Email

If you prefer not to speak to someone on the phone, you can contact the Venmo customer support team via email. Note that it can take several days to receive a response, so your refund will be delayed. In your original email, provide as many relevant details as possible, so the refund is processed and approved quickly. If your refund is approved, it may take several business days for your refund to be processed.

If You Have Venmo Transactions But Don't Have a Venmo Account

If you have noticed Venmo charges on your bank statements but don't have a Venmo account, you'll need to act quickly. First, ensure your family or friends have not added your banking information to their Venmo account. If this is not the case, your financial information has been compromised. You should immediately change your Venmo account password. Next, you will need to contact your bank and file a dispute for the charges. It will be the responsibility of your financial institution to refund the charge, not Venmo. Your bank may have to issue new accounts.

Additional Notes

When customers sign up for a Venmo account, they sign the Venmo Privacy Policy. Under this policy, clients are not eligible for a refund if a seller has proof that you have collected an item despite your claims, you fail to report the unauthorized charges in a timely manner, or you gave access to your username and password to your Venmo account.

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