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Joe Mayer on January 12, 2020

I was charged $1.99 on 12/23/19 by "Google*Workpailinternetca". When I go on line to discover who this is it says it is a bill for your "InkPadNotePad.cominkpadnotepadm." This is an app that allows you to write notes on cellphone. I couldn''t find out what Google*WorkPail is: just no info online about what product it sells. I also got another charge ($1.99) on Dec. 10 and it was charged by "InkPadNotePad.cominkpadnotepadm." I don''t know what is going on, but it seems like I''m being charged twice for the same product. Can you please help me to figure this out? My personal email is Please help.

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