Is "External Withdrawal STOCKPILE INVEST - ACH" fraud?

Written by Gavin Brooks

June 18th, 2024

About "External Withdrawal STOCKPILE INVEST - ACH"

Stockpile Invest was founded in 2010. The company specializes in making stock market investments more accessible by offering gift cards that can be redeemed for fractional shares of stock. Stockpile also provides brokerage services that allow customers to buy, sell, and manage stock investments. The retail products include gift cards for stocks, exchange-traded funds (ETFs), and individual stock trading options.
  • External Withdrawal: Funds have been transferred out of the account.
  • STOCKPILE INVEST: The recipient or purpose of the withdrawal is Stockpile Invest.
  • ACH: The transaction was processed through the Automated Clearing House network.
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