Is "VISA DDA PUR AP 423168 NYCDOT PARKING METERS LONG " fraud?

Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

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What is "VISA DDA PUR AP 423168 NYCDOT PARKING METERS LONG "?

NYC DOT - Parking Meters is managed by the New York City Department of Transportation. The department has been in existence since 1996 and oversees the city's parking meter system as part of its broader transportation management activities. The parking meters managed by NYC DOT are available for public use and provide various options for payment, including coins, credit cards, and a mobile payment system. The department continually updates and maintains these meters to ensure efficient regulation of curbside parking throughout New York City.

  • VISA: Type of transaction (credit card payment)
  • DDA: Account type (Demand Deposit Account)
  • PUR: Transaction type (Purchase)
  • AP: Authorization type (Approval)
  • 423168: Merchant Identification Number
  • NYCDOT PARKING METERS: Merchant description (New York City Department of Transportation parking meters)
  • LONG ISLAND C: Merchant location (Long Island City)
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