RAISER,LLC EDI PAYMNT - Credit Debit Card Charge On Bill Statement

RAISER,LLC EDI PAYMNT - What is this Charge on my Bill Statement? 

Charge Statement Code: RAISER,LLC EDI PAYMNT

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  1. This is when you get paid for driving for Uber. This is a good thing!

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    1. I got one of those deposits for $1.35 and I don't drive for UBER. What's up with that?

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  2. I would like to know the same thing and to the comment above it's a charge not a deposit.

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  3. I received a $0.15 deposit and have never driven for Uber. Seems fishy

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    1. Uber got a lawsuit. If you have used Uber at least once you are entitled to a pay out. It's about the safety fee that they charge.

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  5. I don’t work for Uber or Lyft, yet I got a random deposit of $0.15 today

    Side note: I applied to be an Uber driver years ago, but was rejected due to my background at that time. Also found out once you've been turned down by Uber, you keep your account, becauss you can’t delete it, and can’t ever reapply online apparently

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    1. Hi, I received a $0.15 charge also. I have never been an Uber Driver. Any idea what this is about?!

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  6. Oddly, I got three deposits today but I haven't driven with Uber in two years.

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  7. I got a credit like this, but I don't drive for Uber or Lyft.

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  8. I had applied for Uber driving but they took too long to respond so started driving for Lyft about a year ago. I have never driven for Uber yet I got a deposit of $0.15 to my account on April 11. 2018. I am worried just in case the next step would be to take funds OUT! Any comments about who to call and should I freeze my account?

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  9. On Monday the 16th, 2018 at 6:09 pm, one of your rider used a subterfuge requesting a ride to solicit sex by parking his car close to mine after I waited unknowingly the rider, and with a disgusting profile with his eyes and his labial across the window said "you want a rider?". I immediately canceled the trip, however you credited on my account the waiting time of that subterfuge. It is unlawful in South Carolina to solicit sex while on the job or otherwise. It is unlawful everywhere in the world to facilitate this kind of subeterfuge and credit money for it. You need to cancel that promise of payment from the Uber account. It is an unlawful consideration

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