Is "AMERITASINSGR 123 MAIN St Debit Card Purchase 07/2" fraud?

Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

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About "AMERITASINSGR 123 MAIN St Debit Card Purchase 07/2"

Ameritas Life Insurance Corp., also known as Ameritas, has been in business since 1887. The company offers a range of insurance products and financial services. These products include life insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, disability income insurance, and retirement plans. Ameritas also provides investment products such as mutual funds and annuities. The company serves individual customers, families, and businesses.
  • AMERITASINSGR: Merchant Name (Ameritas Insurance Group)
  • 123 MAIN St: Merchant Address
  • Debit Card Purchase: Transaction Type
  • 07/27: Transaction Date (July 27th)
  • 04: 36a
  • #7211: Transaction Reference Number
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