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Is "Pos Debit- 4235 4235 Aldi 66141 Goose Creek US" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

February 18th, 2024

About "Pos Debit- 4235 4235 Aldi 66141 Goose Creek US"

1/25/2024 6:08
  • Pos Debit: Indicates that it is a debit transaction made using a point of sale (POS) system.
  • 4235: The first part of the code, likely a reference or identifier specific to the bank or financial institution.
  • 4235: The second part of the code, possibly a reference or identifier specific to the merchant or retailer.
  • Aldi: The name of the merchant or retailer where the transaction took place.
  • 66141: The zip code or area code associated with the location of the merchant or retailer.
  • Goose Creek: The city or town where the merchant or retailer is located.
  • US: Indicates that the transaction took place in the United States.
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