Is "PURCHASE AUTHORIZED ON 10/12 123 MAIN St S46328552" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "PURCHASE AUTHORIZED ON 10/12 123 MAIN St S46328552"

Quick Way has been in business since 1992. The company offers a variety of retail products, including groceries, household items, and personal care products. Quick Way operates multiple store locations and provides customers with an array of everyday essentials. In addition, the company has expanded its services to include online shopping and home delivery options.
  • PURCHASE AUTHORIZED: Indicates that the transaction has been approved.
  • ON 10/12: Date of the transaction.
  • 123 MAIN St: The merchant's address or location.
  • S463285522428377: A unique transaction identifier.
  • CARD 1132: The last four digits of the card used for the transaction.
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