Is "Point Of Sale Withdrawal 179772001059034 PREMIER B" fraud?

Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

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What is "Point Of Sale Withdrawal 179772001059034 PREMIER B"?

Premier Bankcard has been in business since 1989. The company specializes in providing credit card services to consumers who have less-than-perfect credit histories. They offer various credit card options, including unsecured and secured cards, to help individuals build or rebuild their credit. Premier Bankcard is known for its commitment to offering accessible financial solutions to those who may have been underserved by traditional financial institutions.

  • Point Of Sale Withdrawal: Type of transaction
  • 179772001059034: Transaction reference or identification number
  • PREMIER Bankcard: Name of the card issuer or associated bank
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