Is "PURCHASE AUTHORIZED ON 07/15 Kindle Unltd*YI7L3 WA" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

February 18th, 2024

About "PURCHASE AUTHORIZED ON 07/15 Kindle Unltd*YI7L3 WA"

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.
  • PURCHASE AUTHORIZED ON 07/15: The transaction was approved and authorized on July 15th.
  • Kindle Unltd*YI7L3 WA: The merchant or company involved in the transaction is Kindle Unlimited, with a specific identifier of YI7L3. The location or state of the transaction is Washington (WA).
  • S303197027391314: This is a unique identifier or reference number associated with the transaction.
  • CARD 8871: The last four digits of the card used for the transaction are 8871.
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