Is "Recurring Debit Purchase Card 3988nav Tech XXXXXXX" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "Recurring Debit Purchase Card 3988nav Tech XXXXXXX"?

Nav Tech has been in business since 1998. The company provides a range of technological products and services, including GPS devices, navigation software, and tracking systems. They also offer consulting services related to logistics and route optimization. Nav Tech serves various sectors, such as automotive, maritime, and aviation.

  • Recurring Debit Purchase: Indicates a repeat transaction that automatically deducts funds from your account.
  • Card 3988: Refers to the last four digits of the credit/debit card used for the transaction.
  • nav Tech: Identifies the merchant or service provider.
  • Provides the website or additional identifier for the merchant.
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