Charges from Alibaba

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

June 18th, 2024

Alibaba Group, founded in 1999 by Jack Ma and a team of 17 other co-founders, is a Chinese multinational conglomerate specializing in e-commerce, retail, internet, and technology. The company operates several businesses, including its primary marketplace,, which connects international buyers and sellers. Other retail platforms under Alibaba include Taobao, a consumer-to-consumer marketplace, and Tmall, which caters to business-to-consumer sales. The company also provides cloud computing services through Alibaba Cloud, digital media and entertainment via platforms like Youku Tudou, and logistics services with Cainiao Network.

Other ways this charge from Alibaba can appear

Alibaba transactions on your credit card statement can appear in various ways, depending on the specific transaction and how it was processed. Here are some common descriptors you might see for Alibaba charges:

It's important to note that the exact descriptor on your credit card statement may vary, and these are just some common examples. If you ever have a question about a specific charge, you can usually find more details in your Alibaba account's order history or contact Alibaba customer support for assistance. Additionally, always keep an eye on your credit card statements to ensure that all charges are legitimate.

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