Is "PROG PREFERRED INS PREM 954127449 JEREM WEB ID: 94" fraud?

Written by Lily Tran

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk


Prog Preferred has been in business since 1996. The company provides a range of retail products, including electronics, home appliances, furniture, and various accessories. They operate through both physical stores and an online platform, offering installment payment plans for customers. Prog Preferred is known for its services that cater to customers who prefer flexible financing options.

  • PROG: Program or category of transaction
  • PREFERRED INS PREM: Description of the service or product (likely insurance premium)
  • 954127449: Unique identifier or reference number for the transaction
  • JEREM: Name or identifier related to the transaction, possibly the insured or policyholder
  • WEB ID: 9409348096
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