Is "ACH Debit - Comn Cap Apy F1 Auto Pay 24207175" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

May 18th, 2024

About "ACH Debit - Comn Cap Apy F1 Auto Pay 24207175"

Bread Financial is a financing platform that has been in operation for over a decade. The company provides retail products including installment loans and consumer credit cards. They offer pay-over-time solutions for online and in-store purchases, which allows buyers to break purchases into monthly payments.'
  • ACH Debit: Indicates the transaction type as an Automated Clearing House debit
  • Comn Cap Apy: Represents the abbreviation for the company name, possibly Common Capital Apartments
  • F1 Auto Pay: Likely refers to the type of payment or service being made, in this case, auto pay for unit F1
  • 24207175: Likely a unique identifier or reference number for the transaction
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