Is "CARLS JR 123 MAIN St" fraud?

Written by Lily Tran

June 18th, 2024

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About "CARLS JR 123 MAIN St"

Carl's Jr. is a fast-food restaurant chain that has been in business since 1941. The company was founded by Carl Karcher and his wife Margaret in Los Angeles, California. Carl's Jr. offers a variety of retail products including hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, salads, breakfast items, burritos, and a selection of sides and beverages. The chain has expanded its menu over the years to include both traditional fast-food items and healthier options. Carl's Jr. operates numerous locations primarily in the United States, but also has international presence in countries around the world.
  • CARLS JR: The merchant name where the transaction took place.
  • 123 MAIN St: The address of the merchant location.
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