DNH*GODADDY.COM 480-505-8855 AZ

Learn about the "Dnh*Godaddy.Com 480 505 8855 Az" charge and why it appears on your credit card statement.

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First seen on April 27, 2012, Last updated on May 20, 2015

What is it?

This is a charge from GoDaddy Inc., an American publicly traded Internet domain registrar and web hosting company. It is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona, which is likely why you're seeing "AZ" in your charge. GoDaddy has more than 21 million customers and more than 6,600 employees worldwide.

GoDaddy helps customers with the following:

  • Domain names
  • Websites and hosting
  • Commerce
  • Email and marketing
  • Web professionals

Why this charge may appear on your card

You're likely seeing this charge because you made a payment to GoDaddy.com. If you didn't make this payment, it's possible someone else did, which may be an early indication of fraud.

What can you do?

If you don't recognize the charge, you can contact the GoDaddy Help Center. You can also contact your bank or credit card company and dispute the charges and try to recover the money. Your credit card should have a phone number on the back you can call for customer service.

Community Feedback

I had a recurring charge from GoDaddy as well...I called their number in Alberta and told them I did not want these Domain's...the man I spoke to was very helpful, he cancelled the recurring charge and has refunded my money. For anyone needing this number call 1-480-505-8855 - that is GoDaddy's offices.

Refunded , my problemed has been solved by online chat of Japanese office. my company credit card was charged 11 case from DNH*GODADDY.COM, US. without any purchase. i tried to ask for help from GODADDY site and no much help. Until i tried Japanese site of Godaddy and they responds qucikly. First you need to ask for Credit card problem, (make sure you call the bank to close temporary your card.) they will ask you to click on credit card (Snow) . click it and fill your card information. They will let you know what purchase you are having. in my case, 11 case of buying Domain which is not usual, they said my card was using for buying many domains, so They confirmed it is a fraud. So they told me that they will refund to the bank within a week, that is all. i am happy i found an answer to the problem. i hope your problem can be solved too.

I had a recurring charge from GoDaddy. I called 1-480-505-8855. The person said they could not reimburse the monthly charge as it was pasted the 48hr period. He told me he could only black list my credit card. He could not refunded my money. I called credit card company. I will get money back and credit card was cancelled.

No, no, no Godaddy never charged a credit card that i used once for another internet service and i always used paypal to pay them.

Today i saw a statement in the credit card summary, that DNH*GODADDY used a credit card that they (godaddy) didn't knew anything about.

The only link that godaddy have is my google mail account used in conjonction with a domain name that i have with godaddy.

For example i own a www.mygodaddydomainname.ca domaine name with godaddy and this domain name was paid with my paypal account.

But my email myname@mygodaddydomainname.ca is managed by google. Google doesn't accepted any paypal transactions. So i have to pay it with a credit card.

They only way Godaddy could see the credit card account was by stealing it from my google account. And that's something that i call a steal and a fraud.

I have never had an account with GODADDY.COM i noticed a charge to my bankcard for $13.22 I removed all money from that card and i called 480-505-8855 to get my money back. the lady was quick to help and checked found an account under my name but canceled it quickly and set it so i would get a refund.

The samw happened to me. How do i get your money back?

my bank account was hacked yesterday and a huge amount appears sent to godaddy.com; i blocked the card yesterday but this transaction appears today and those money are gone; i need it back,it's a fraud; is it possible that my bank make a refund ?

DNH*GODADDY.COM 480-505-8855 AZ - Got the same charge added to my credit card. Called the number and was asked my name. Then the person told me that his system was down and what's the best phone number to call me back at. DO NOT GIVE THEM ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION. Called my bank and filed a dispute and canceled credit card. Probably best not to call them and just call your bank straight away and file a claim.

We recently had a charge from godaddy.com 480-505-8855 AZ, as well. Let me preface that we previously had a website domain with Go Daddy, but have not used the website in years and it is now defunct. We tried to call the 480-505-8855 number listed on the bank statement. The hold time was long and the "reps" answering couldn't hear us. We called our bank and had the reoccurring charge canceled and a new card issued. If this was a yearly charge, our website would still be operational. Additionally, we haven't used their services in sometimes, so we feel like it might have been fraud. The bank is refunding our charge, as well.

so i called godaddy about a $500 odd renewal premium for office 365, i called the number on my credit card from BC Canada - 480-505-8855, 80 minutes i was on the phone for and guess what - long distance!!! $64.80 in phone charges. what a damn con! why dont they publish their toll free number. I can ill afford such a huge charge for one call. Sick right now.

I just had my entire bank acct drained. 17 different charges to my account, totaling $1740. That led to my overdraft protection kicking an gave me a negative balance. In the last 24 hrs I have been refunded $80. Still waiting for the rest...... And so are my other creditors.


I called the number in these comments to get help with this fraudulent charge and the representative asked for a phone number and then asked for the credit card number. There is no proof that this is legit. I have in no way authorized a charge for anything related to GoDaddy.com.

My bank will investigate this - but it sure does leave me with a bad feeling.

GoDaddy.com sells domain names, website hosting and various other web services and products. This charge is probably for a domain or website.

It's OK. Please Check anywhere you have purchased domains. Many sites are actually godaddy resellers websites. They can be called ANYTHING (i.e. 123SampleDomains.com) and you probably purchased a domain or hosting from them.

All my DNH*Domain/Hosting charges are from www.OfficialWebDomain.com (which is a reseller at great prices) and are valid renewal charges in my case.

You most likely received an email from the (name of where you purchased domain/hosting) on the same/near the date. If you didn't make sure that you don't have an old email address in your account as people change their emails and wonder why they don't get the notice of renewals.

Again, CHECK ANYWHERE you have your domains/hosting/websites and you'll probably see the charge for auto and manual renewals. When you have a DNH* charge it may be with your 'other' domain account and probably not a godaddy's main website account.

Someone got hold of my work card and I had numerous charges for DNH*GODADDY.com (480-505-8855, AZ) I work in Australia and I have since cancelled this card.

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