Could someone please help me define the purchase? STKS,ALL,MLP,DRI01,MUN,001,N/A
Item# 65260755 Thank you so much.
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google adobe invoice abbreviations. you'll need to check several threads to put together each of those terms but i can see you have an all apps, multiplatform 1 year subscription
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Hi there, I recently received this same charge for a purchase that was outside of my monthly membership. This purchase is not showing in any Adobe zinc documentation, invoice history, or monthly plan charges. I am worried that this is some type of fraud because it seems to be on traceable. And yet this item is showing up as charged on my PayPal account, by Adobe ink in the amount of $29.99. The charge is listed as STKS,ALL,MLP,DRI01,MUN,001,N/A
Item# 65260755. Has there been any resumption to this?
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