Charges from Amazon Alexa Skills

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

June 18th, 2024

Amazon Alexa Skills is an extension of the Amazon.com platform, which has been in business since 1994. The company provides a variety of retail products through Alexa Skills, enabling voice-activated applications that enhance the functionality of Alexa-enabled devices. These skills range from home automation controls and music streaming to news updates and interactive games. Alexa Skills allows third-party developers to create additional functionalities, thereby broadening the scope of services available to users through voice commands.

Other ways this charge from Amazon Alexa Skills can appear

Amazon Alexa Skills 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 Amazon Alexa Skills 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 Amazon Alexa Skills account's order history or contact Amazon Alexa Skills 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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