Is "PETCO VITAL CA63542005" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "PETCO VITAL CA63542005"

Petco has been in business since 1965. The company provides a range of retail products that include pet food, pet supplies, grooming products, and various accessories for animals such as dogs, cats, fish, reptiles, birds, and small pets. Petco also offers services such as grooming, training, and veterinary care through its in-store clinics. The company operates both physical stores and an online retail platform.
  • PETCO: Merchant name or description of the retailer
  • VITAL: Additional description or transaction type (could be related to a loyalty program or specific store designation)
  • CA: State abbreviation where the transaction took place
  • 63542005: Unique transaction identifier or reference number
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