Is "Withdrawal CANVA PTY LIMITE / CO: CANVA PTY LIMITE" fraud?

Written by Gavin Brooks

June 18th, 2024

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What is "Withdrawal CANVA PTY LIMITE / CO: CANVA PTY LIMITE"?

Canva Pty Limited is a technology company founded in 2012. The company provides a platform for graphic design that allows users to create a variety of visual content, including presentations, social media graphics, posters, and other digital and print media. Canva offers a range of retail products which include templates, images, fonts, and design elements that can be used to create customized designs. The company's services are accessible via web and mobile applications.

  • Withdrawal: CANVA PTY LIMITE
  • CO: CANVA PTY LIMITED
  • TYPE: IAT
  • PAYPAL ID: 770510487C
  • DATA: FF3
  • US %%: ACH ECC IAT
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