Is "POS DEB 20:01 09/14/23 3220110 NST BEST BUY #365 1" fraud?

Written by Ethan Patel

June 18th, 2024

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What is "POS DEB 20:01 09/14/23 3220110 NST BEST BUY #365 1"?

Best Buy has been in business since 1966, when it was founded by Richard M. Schulze and James Wheeler. The company operates retail stores and an online platform, offering a variety of consumer electronics, appliances, and related services. Its product range includes smartphones, laptops, televisions, and home appliances. They also offer services such as installation, repair, and technical support through the Geek Squad brand.

  • POS DEB: Point of Sale Debit
  • 20: 01
  • 09/14/23: Transaction date (September 14, 2023)
  • 3220110: Transaction reference number
  • NST: Possibly denotes the time zone for the transaction (Newfoundland Standard Time)
  • BEST BUY #365: Merchant name and store number
  • 123 MAIN St: Merchant location
  • CARD# XXXX: Last four digits of the card number used
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