Is "MMS-123 MAIN St 03/27" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "MMS-123 MAIN St 03/27"

Mms-Mount Sinai Hospital operates as a part of the Mount Sinai Health System, which has been in business since the founding of The Mount Sinai Hospital in 1852. The company provides a variety of healthcare services, including inpatient and outpatient care, specialized medical treatments, and surgical services. Additionally, they offer a range of health products and medical supplies through their retail outlets, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and wellness products. Their services span various medical specialties and cater to diverse patient needs.
  • MMS: Transaction type or bank code
  • 123: Branch or transaction identifier
  • MAIN St: Location or branch name
  • 03/27: Date of the transaction
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