Hernandez
Hi, there Let’s say you are looking through your credit card statement and you see a charge to Greyhound (the bus travel company), even though you’ve never taken a Greyhound bus. How could you express that? Do any of these sentences work? “I am being charged to/by Greyhound even though I’ve never taken it” “I’ve never taken/ridden (a) Greyhound” “I’ve never charged anything to Greyhound” “I’ve never bought anything from Greyhound” “I’ve never bought any tickets from Greyhound” “I’m being charged to/by Greyhound but I’ve never hired them” What would you say? Thank you!
Oct 24, 2021 7:19 PM
Answers · 5
Hi Hernandez, The exchange below is one way to word it: There’s a recent charge on my statement from your company that’s incorrect. I’ve never used Greyhound. Please let me know who I can speak with to remove it.
October 25, 2021
I'd probably use “I’ve never bought anything from Greyhound”. If you just said "tickets from Greyhound", it leaves open the possibility that you might have bought something else from them (though I don't know what else they sell).
October 24, 2021
The second expression is what I use every time I see charges on my bank statement that I don’t remember, I would be like, “I’ve never bought this item before”
October 24, 2021
There’s a charge from Greyhound that isn’t mine.
October 25, 2021
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