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Is "Checking Withdrawal @ WA Kindle Unltd*8D1BZ5USKind" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024

About "Checking Withdrawal @ WA Kindle Unltd*8D1BZ5USKind"

Amazon Kindle is an electronic commerce company that was established in 2007. It offers a variety of retail products including e-readers, tablets, and related accessories.
  • Checking Withdrawal: Type of transaction, indicating that the funds were withdrawn from the checking account.
  • WA: State code, indicating that the transaction took place in Washington.
  • Kindle Unltd*8D1BZ5USKindle Unltd*8D1: Merchant name or description, indicating the name of the business or service.
  • Trace #63470: Trace number or reference number, indicating a unique identifier for the transaction.
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