Is "3611 SCOTCHMAN1506 JOHN DOEEN" fraud?

Written by Aiden Lee

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "3611 SCOTCHMAN1506 JOHN DOEEN"

Scotchman has been in business since its founding in 1969. The company operates a chain of convenience stores that offer a variety of retail products. These products include fuel, snacks, beverages, groceries, and household items. Additionally, Scotchman stores provide lottery tickets, tobacco products, and prepared foods. The company is part of the GPM Investments, LLC network, which is a subsidiary of ARKO Corp.
  • **3611**: Transaction identifier or code
  • **SCOTCHMAN1506**: Merchant name and location or store identifier
  • **JOHN DOE**: Customer or account holder's name
  • **EN**: Transaction type or additional information (often "EN" denotes "Entry" or could represent language code)
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