We use Subscribe and Save to get a discount on things like diapers, tissue paper, toilet paper, and other nonperishable necessities. We still go but now we don't need to lug massive packages back. I've read all the articles out there claiming to be Amazon “hacks,” where they just list membership benefits or tell you to check out Warehouse Deals or enlighten you about “subscribe and save.” Seriously, everyone knows about subscribe and save.Those posts are nice reminders, but those aren't exactly hacks.You get free shipping with Prime plus a 30-day return policy.
Just from seeing it on my card, I could easily gather it had something to with A) Microsoft, B) XBox and C) Washington. And you have no idea why Microsoft would be charging you in the first place – I’m a Mac guy. It was like any given day when I received my credit card bill.If you see these on your credit card, you’re probably pretty ticked off. But once I saw a few charges in a row, I knew something was up.There were random charges from the same line right in a row.However, as most of the payments that you make from Credit Cards are online so it would be comfortable to have VCC but, almost every online firm which issues Virtual Credit Cards are have payment plans so you need to pay them so that they can create VCC for you.Yeah, to use trial period of many services you need to put a credit card/VISA number which signing up for them.However, today I noticed the reversal was reversed once again and added to my balance as valid charges. So this is what I did to solve this maddening issue of these XBOX charges: So while it’s a pain to get a new credit card, I don’t want some Gamer in Glendale buying ‘virtual points’ for his gaming escapades.