Managing your bill statements can be hard enough without unwanted credit card charges popping up.
These charges are also known as "gray charges" and are usually for low dollar amounts. However, when gray charges add up they can leave a big dent in your pocket. With this in mind, WHO created this infographic to educate people on the difference between fraud and grey charges as well as common kinds of grey charges to look out for.
Unwanted credit card charges commonly appear in the form "zombie subscriptions," which are old subscriptions that don't stop charging you even after you've cancelled. Another kind are unwanted auto-renewals for services you no longer use.
The average person has a combination of 3.5 credit and debit cards in their wallet, so managing these unwanted credit card charges takes focus.