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Is "STASH CAPITAL (S TYPE: ACH ID: 990 CO: STASH CAPIT" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

March 18th, 2024

About "STASH CAPITAL (S TYPE: ACH ID: 990 CO: STASH CAPIT"

1/25/2024 6:08
  • STASH CAPITAL: Name of the company or institution associated with the transaction.
  • S TYPE: Type of transaction, possibly indicating the method or category of the transaction.
  • ACH ID: Identification number associated with an Automated Clearing House (ACH) transaction, used to facilitate electronic transfers between bank accounts.
  • 990: Code or numerical reference specific to the transaction.
  • CO: Short for "Company" or "Corporation," indicating the type of entity associated with the transaction.
  • STASH CAPITAL (S NAME: Additional reference to the name or identification of the entity involved in the transaction.
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