Is "POS Debit - Visa Check Card 741X - AFTERPAY 185-52" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "POS Debit - Visa Check Card 741X - AFTERPAY 185-52"

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  • POS Debit: This indicates that the transaction was made using a point-of-sale debit method.
  • Visa Check Card: It specifies that the payment was made using a Visa Check Card.
  • 741X: This represents the last four digits of the card number or a unique identifier for the transaction.
  • AFTERPAY 185-52896014 CA: This is the name of the merchant or retailer where the transaction took place, possibly involving a purchase through Afterpay service.
  • POS TRANSACTION: This confirms that the transaction was completed using a point-of-sale terminal.
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