Is "Debit Purchase -visa Card 1867caribou Mobile AXXXX" fraud?

Written by Caleb Martin

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "Debit Purchase -visa Card 1867caribou Mobile AXXXX"?

Caribou Coffee was founded in 1992. The company operates as a coffeehouse chain that offers a variety of coffee and espresso-based beverages. Additionally, Caribou Coffee provides a selection of teas, sandwiches, bakery items, and packaged coffee beans for retail. The company has expanded its reach to include both company-owned and franchised locations across several regions.

  • Debit Purchase: Type of transaction
  • Visa Card: Payment method used
  • 1867: Last four digits of the card number
  • Caribou Mobile: Merchant or vendor
  • AXXXXXXXXXXXX: Transaction reference number (partially masked)
  • MN: Abbreviation of the location (Minnesota)
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