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Two charges were annual renewals of internet subscriptions, which I approved. The third was an internet purchase I made. Each less than $40. I'm guessing it was flagged due to 3 charges in 2 days when I average less than 1 charge per month on this card. In fact, if the card weren't part of my Fidelity accounts, I suspect VISA might cancel it for lack of use.

BTW, the last time I got a call like this was in the 90's when my Discover card was used to buy lots of jewelry with a ship-to address in another state. Happened a couple days after I used the card at the post office to buy stamps. Never charged anything at the post office again and have not had a card number stolen since.
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