Is "POS Withdrawal (FIS) Spectrum Spectrum MO(1025)" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "POS Withdrawal (FIS) Spectrum Spectrum MO(1025)"

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  • POS Withdrawal: This indicates that the transaction is a point of sale withdrawal, i.e., a cash withdrawal made at a retail location or merchant.
  • (FIS): FIS refers to the financial institution or bank that processed the transaction.
  • Spectrum: Spectrum is the name of the merchant or organization where the transaction took place.
  • Spectrum MO: This specifies a particular branch or location of Spectrum where the transaction occurred.
  • (1025): The number 1025 is most likely a reference or identifier specific to the transaction, which may include additional information such as a transaction code or reference number.
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