Is "DDA PUR HEB ONLINE HEB ONLINE #108 TX #1034" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024


1/25/2024 6:08
  • DDA: Indicates that the transaction is related to a Demand Deposit Account, which is a checking account.
  • PUR: Stands for Purchase, indicating that a purchase was made.
  • HEB ONLINE: Refers to the merchant or vendor where the purchase was made, in this case, HEB Online.
  • #108: Could be a reference number or code related to the specific transaction.
  • TX: Indicates the state where the transaction took place, which is Texas in this case.
  • #1034: Could be another reference number or code related to the specific transaction.
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