Is "CASEYS #3 3603 CROSS H MADISON WIUS05155 Debit PIN" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "CASEYS #3 3603 CROSS H MADISON WIUS05155 Debit PIN"

1/25/2024 6:08
  • CASEYS #3: The name or identifier of the merchant where the transaction took place, which is Casey's #3 in this case.
  • 3603: Possibly a transaction reference or unique identifier assigned by the bank.
  • CROSS H: Possibly an abbreviated form of the street or location where the transaction took place.
  • MADISON WI: The city and state where the transaction occurred, which is Madison, Wisconsin in this case.
  • US05155: Possibly a bank location or routing code related to the transaction.
  • Debit PIN Purchase: Indicates that the transaction was made using a debit card and required a personal identification number (PIN) for authorization.
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