Sometimes transactions show up with a different name than the actual merchant name, so you don't necessarily need to be alarmed.
However, if you suspect fraud on your account then you should freeze your card and notify us immediately.
Here's an example of a likely fraudulent charge:
There's a charge at a pet store around 3 am. You were asleep and more importantly, you don't have any pets.
Here's an example of a charge that's unlikely to be fraudulent:
There's a charge at a pet store around 2 pm for $40.00. You made a $40.00 purchase at a pet store around the same time, but the Merchant Name is a little different.