Is "SUNRUN XXXXXXXXXX PPD ID: 1863244658" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

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What is "SUNRUN XXXXXXXXXX PPD ID: 1863244658"?

Sunrun, founded in 2007, is a company that focuses on the residential solar energy market. The company provides solar panels and batteries as part of its solar energy systems for homes. Alongside selling these products, Sunrun offers installation services and various financing options, including solar leases and power purchase agreements (PPAs). The company aims to provide homeowners with the ability to generate and store their own solar energy.

  • SUNRUN: Merchant or company name
  • XXXXXXXXXX: Internal reference number or invoice number
  • PPD ID: Prearranged Payment and Deposit Identifier
  • 1863244658: Specific PPD ID assigned to the merchant
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