Unknown Zero Hash Charges on Financial Statement

Understanding Charges from Zero Hash on Your Bank or Card Statement

If you've noticed a charge from Zero Hash on your bank or card statement and don't recognize it, don't worry! We're here to help clarify and provide assistance. Here's what you need to know:

Who is Zero Hash?

Zero Hash is a B2B embedded infrastructure platform that facilitates the integration of digital assets into various customer experiences. Essentially, we enable other platforms to offer cryptocurrency for sale seamlessly.

Possible Reasons for the Charge:

If you've seen Zero Hash on your statement recently, it's likely that you or someone using your funding sources or login credentials purchased cryptocurrency through one of our affiliated partners.

What if You Didn't Make the Purchase?

If you didn't make the purchase yourself, we recommend taking the following steps:

  1. Check with Friends or Family: Reach out to friends or family members who might have used your funding sources or login credentials to make the purchase through Zero Hash.

  2. Update Passwords: If you're still unsure about the origin of the transaction, consider updating your online banking and financial services passwords for added security.

  3. Contact Your Bank or Card Company: Contact your bank or card issuer to report the transaction and discuss options for disputing the charge. They can provide further assistance and may contact Zero Hash on your behalf to investigate the transaction.

By taking these steps, you can clarify any unauthorized transactions and ensure the security of your financial accounts. If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to us directly for assistance.