Is "SMART AND FINAL 916 7800 TELEGRA" fraud?

Written by Aiden Lee

June 18th, 2024

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What is "SMART AND FINAL 916 7800 TELEGRA"?

Smart & Final is a grocery warehouse store that has been in business since 1871. The company provides a variety of retail products including groceries, fresh produce, dairy products, meats, frozen foods, beverages, and household items. Additionally, Smart & Final offers bulk goods suitable for business and household use, as well as supplies for restaurants and catering services. They operate numerous stores primarily in the western United States.

  • SMART AND FINAL: Merchant/Store Name
  • 916: Area Code (suggests a location in California)
  • 7800: Possible Store Number or Internal Code
  • TELEGRA: Likely part of a truncated address or additional location detail
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