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Is "WEB PYMT COMENITY PAY BH 1651180275" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

May 18th, 2024

About "WEB PYMT COMENITY PAY BH 1651180275"

6/7/2024 19:03
  • WEB: Indicates that this transaction was made online.
  • PYMT: Indicates that this is a payment transaction.
  • COMENITY: Refers to the name of the company or entity receiving the payment.
  • PAY: Further specifies that this is a payment transaction.
  • BH: Could potentially represent a specific department or category related to the payment.
  • 1651180275: Likely a unique identifier such as an account number, invoice number, or reference number.
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