Is "Electronic Withdrawal PwP AMZN / Mktp U - Privacyc" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "Electronic Withdrawal PwP AMZN / Mktp U - Privacyc"

Amazon is a multinational e-commerce company that was founded in 1994. It offers a wide range of retail products, including electronics, books, clothing, home goods, and more. Amazon has an extensive online platform and operates various marketplaces worldwide.
  • Electronic Withdrawal: The transaction was made electronically, without the involvement of physical cash or paper checks.
  • PwP: This could stand for "Pay with Privacy" or it may indicate a specific payment method used for the transaction.
  • AMZN / Mktp U: The transaction was made through the Amazon Marketplace (AMZN) and the "Mktp U" refers to the specific seller or entity within the marketplace.
  • Privacycom: This indicates that the transaction was processed using the Privacy.com service, which provides virtual credit card numbers for enhanced privacy and security during online purchases.
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