Can a company charge your credit card without your consent or authorization?
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You will have to see what your written Air BB agreement says they can do. If they took it without contractual authorization, you can dispute it on your credit card account.
You were not robbed of your personal info because you voluntarily gave it to them. Now, you may feel robbed of the extra $40 they took, unless they were authorized to take it by the agreement, and you may feel robbed of the $60 that you never intended to pay.
Go review the terms of service, I’m sure it says they can charge any manner of payment they have on file for you. If it does not say that, you may have a claim.
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