Is "Point Of Sale Withdrawal QT 186 /" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "Point Of Sale Withdrawal QT 186 /"

1/25/2024 6:08
  • Point Of Sale Withdrawal: This indicates that the transaction was made at a point of sale terminal, which is typically a retail store or merchant where goods or services are purchased.
  • QT: This could be an abbreviation for a specific location or business, or it could be a code used by the bank to identify a particular type of transaction.
  • 186: This could be a reference number or identifier for the specific transaction, which may be used by the bank for internal tracking purposes.
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