Is "Withdrawal SO CAL GAS" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

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What is "Withdrawal SO CAL GAS"?

SoCalGas, or Southern California Gas Company, has been in business since 1867. It is a subsidiary of Sempra Energy. The primary product offered by SoCalGas is natural gas, which is supplied to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. The company also provides energy-related services such as gas appliance maintenance. SoCalGas is responsible for the construction, maintenance, and operation of natural gas pipelines and infrastructure in their service areas.

  • Withdrawal: Indicates that money has been taken out of the account.
  • SO CAL GAS: Represents the Southern California Gas Company, implying the transaction is related to a payment to this utility provider.
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