Is "RECURRING PAYMENT AUTHORIZED ON 02/26 NORDRACKCOM8" fraud?

Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

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What is "RECURRING PAYMENT AUTHORIZED ON 02/26 NORDRACKCOM8"?

Nordstrom Rack is a retail division of Nordstrom, Inc., established in 1973. The company provides a variety of discounted products, including clothing, shoes, accessories, and home goods. Nordstrom Rack operates as an off-price retailer, offering products from Nordstrom's main stores as well as items specifically purchased for its outlets. The inventory features both Nordstrom's private-label merchandise and various designer brands. The business model focuses on providing customers with access to fashion items at reduced prices, extending the brand's presence in the retail market.

  • RECURRING PAYMENT: Type of transaction indicating it's set to occur regularly
  • AUTHORIZED ON 02/26: Date the transaction was authorized
  • NORDRACKCOM8889666: Merchant name and potentially a customer service contact number
  • CA: Abbreviation for the state of California, indicating the location of the merchant
  • S583058159745236: Unique transaction reference number
  • CARD XXXX: Last four digits of the card used for the transaction
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