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Hi Jacob, and welcome to JA!
I'm not sure what you are referring to. It appears that your first visit to our site is today, April 24, 2007.
If you give us more details of you problem, perhaps we can look into it further.
Do you have an account with America Online? If you do, then that is the reason for the charge.
If you don't use America Online, then there the charge is probably fraudulent. There is a chance that someone got hold of your card number and signed up for AOL's internet service using that card.
This has happened to many people, and they are usually able to get it resolved in one of two ways:
Here are some toll free phone numbers at AOL for you to contact:
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Here are some links for you to read:
I hope this works out for you! Let me know if you have any questions.