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Is "POS Withdrawal (FIS) Prime Video Cha 440 Terry Ave" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024

About "POS Withdrawal (FIS) Prime Video Cha 440 Terry Ave"

Amazon Prime Video is an online streaming service provided by Amazon.com. The service was launched in September 2006 in the United States, UK, and Germany as Amazon Unbox. It has since expanded to various countries around the world. Amazon Prime Video offers a wide range of retail products, including movies, TV shows, documentaries, and original content. It allows users to stream content on various devices such as smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, and gaming consoles.
  • POS Withdrawal: The type of transaction is a point-of-sale withdrawal, which means money was taken out from the account using a debit card or similar method.
  • (FIS): This could indicate the name or abbreviation of the financial institution or service provider involved in the transaction.
  • Prime Video Cha: This refers to a charge related to a Prime Video subscription or rental.
  • 440 Terry Ave N: This is the address related to the transaction, indicating the location where the transaction took place.
  • amzn.com/bill: This is the website or billing platform associated with the transaction, suggesting that it is related to an Amazon account.
  • WA(6052): This could be the state code or abbreviation and a possible location or branch number related to the transaction. WA likely stands for Washington.(Note
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