Is "Pos Debit- 1973 123 MAIN St" fraud?

Written by Piper Hall

June 18th, 2024

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What is "Pos Debit- 1973 123 MAIN St"?

Redner's Markets, an employee-owned supermarket chain, was founded in 1970. The company operates a number of grocery stores and Quick Shoppes, which are convenience store-type locations. Redner's offers a variety of retail products including fresh produce, meat, deli items, bakery goods, and household essentials. The company also provides catering services and has pharmacy departments in some of its locations. Redner's Markets is headquartered in Reading, Pennsylvania.

  • Pos Debit: Point of Sale Debit transaction
  • 1973: Transaction sequence or identifier number
  • 123 MAIN St: Location of the transaction (store address or merchant site)
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