Is "Oportun DES:Rainy Day ID:C8EqMHkvQAHtVu4 INDN:ACME" fraud?

Written by Caleb Martin

June 18th, 2024

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About "Oportun DES:Rainy Day ID:C8EqMHkvQAHtVu4 INDN:ACME"

Rainy Day has been in business for over 15 years. The company offers a variety of products focused on weather gear and outdoor essentials. Their retail offerings include umbrellas, rain jackets, waterproof footwear, and backpacks designed for various weather conditions. They also provide accessories such as weatherproof phone cases and water-resistant travel bags. Rainy Day operates both brick-and-mortar stores and an online platform for customer convenience.
  • Oportun: Description of the sender/company
  • DES: Rainy Day
  • ID: C8EqMHkvQAHtVu4
  • CO ID: XXXXX30710
  • PPD: Prearranged Payment and Deposit (Standard entry class code for direct deposits)
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