You'd better check your bank and credit card statements. This is happening everywhere.

A giant network of scammers has been making small charges on tons of people's credit cards . . . because they figure no one will notice such a small charge.  If you DO have a random $9.84 charge on your card, call your credit card company immediately.

According to the Better Business Bureau, you NEED to scan your statement and see if you've been charged . . . for exactly $9.84.The $9.84 charge will look like it's from a generic company . . . you wouldn't recognize the name, so you'd probably just think it was a restaurant or something if you were glancing over your statement.

On Friday, the Better Business Bureau issued a fraud alert, warning consumers to check their bank statements for "unexplained charges of $9.84." If you see a $9.84 charge on your credit or debit card that you did not authorize, contact your bank and report the fraud Immediately.