Is "PAYPAL INST XFER SHUTTERFLY WEB ID: PAYPALSI77" fraud?

Written by Aiden Lee

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "PAYPAL INST XFER SHUTTERFLY WEB ID: PAYPALSI77"?

Shutterfly Inc. has been in business since 1999. The company specializes in personalized products and services. Among their offerings are photo books, custom stationery, and calendars. They also provide home decor items, photo gifts, and prints. Shutterfly operates through an online platform where customers can upload their photos and customize various products. They serve both individual consumers and businesses with a range of digital printing services.

  • PAYPAL: Payment system used for the transaction
  • INST XFER: Indicates an Instant Transfer
  • SHUTTERFLY: Merchant or service name (in this case, Shutterfly)
  • WEB ID: PAYPALSI77
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