Is "Withdrawal Debit Card/MCC*MEDIACOM NY Date 01/19/2" fraud?

Written by Caleb Martin

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "Withdrawal Debit Card/MCC*MEDIACOM NY Date 01/19/2"

Mediacom is a telecommunications company that has been in business since 1995. The company provides a range of services including cable television, high-speed internet, and phone services. Mediacom operates primarily in smaller markets and rural areas across the United States. The company offers various packages and plans tailored to residential and business customers, encompassing video, data, and voice services. Mediacom also provides advertising solutions aimed at local businesses through its subsidiary, OnMedia.
  • Withdrawal: Indicates a withdrawal transaction
  • Debit Card: Highlights that a debit card was used
  • MCC*MEDIACOM: Merchant Category Code and merchant name
  • NY: Location, New York
  • Date 01/19/23: Transaction date, January 19, 2023
  • 0: Placeholder or a separator
  • XXXXXXXXXX: Transaction reference number
  • 0: Placeholder or a separator
  • 4899: Merchant Category Code (specific code for type of merchant)
  • Card XXXX: Last four digits of the debit card used
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