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Is "VISA DDA PUR AP 469216 PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS AMZN C" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024

About "VISA DDA PUR AP 469216 PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS AMZN C"

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.
  • VISA: The type of card used for the transaction.
  • DDA: Direct Deposit Account, indicating that the payment was made directly from the user's account.
  • PUR: Purchase, indicating that the transaction is a purchase.
  • AP: Authorization Pending, meaning that the transaction has been authorized but may still be pending.
  • 469216: This could be a reference number or identifier specific to the transaction.
  • PRIME VIDEO CHANNELS: The description or name of the product or service purchased.
  • AMZN COM: The abbreviation for Amazon.com, indicating that the transaction was made on the Amazon website.
  • BILL *: This could be a reference to a billing statement or invoice associated with the transaction.
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