I have charges from Valve Software or Steampowered.com that I do not recognize, what should I do?
First, we suggest that you check with the members of your household, family or friends to see if they’ve bought any video games or in-game content. Valve has no recurring fees or monthly charges unless otherwise explicitly stated as part of an online game subscription. Any charges from our company are for video games or in-game content (weapons, armor, currency, etc.) that is directly downloaded onto a computer. Please check to make sure someone in your household did not make these purchases.
We strongly suggest that you contact us before filing a dispute with your bank or with PayPal as we can return the funds to you without any paperwork or claim forms. We will also ban your payment account from our system so that it cannot be used again. As part of this process, we can also investigate the fraudulent individual's Steam account(s) and take appropriate action against them.
Many bank accounts have multiple cards attached to them. If a family member also has a card with a different number that is attached to the bank account that was charged, you may need to provide the requested information for that card as well.
Click here to submit a ticket. Select the ticket category "Purchases and Payments" and the subcategory "Purchase Failures."
Steam Support will never request your full credit card number, expiration date, or CVV code. Do not provide this information in your Steam Support ticket.