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Why Do I Have A Charge From Braintree On My Credit Card?

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      Why Do I Have A Charge From Braintree On My Credit Card? Braintree is a Subsidiary of PayPal, is our Online Credit Card Payment Processor.

     You may sometimes have a charge on your credit card statement from Braintree. This is because how some credit cards handle the statement from the processor. Usually this information gets replaced with our company name and the charge should show up as “ACDC USA” but that doesn’t always happen right away, and your credit card company will use “Braintree” as a placeholder until then. More on this topic at: https://www.braintreepayments.com/charge

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QO™ Plug-on Neutral Load Centers

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... did you know?

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WHAT THE HECK IS A GFCI? A ground fault circuit interrupter?

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Electric Vehicle EV Fast Facts

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