Is "CHECKCARD 0312 SUPPLYHOUSE.COM 123 MAIN St XXXXXXX" fraud?

Written by Ethan Patel

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "CHECKCARD 0312 SUPPLYHOUSE.COM 123 MAIN St XXXXXXX"?

Supplyhouse is an online retailer that has been in business since 2004. The company provides a range of products related to plumbing, heating, and HVAC supplies. Their inventory includes pipes, fittings, valves, and thermostats, among other items. They also offer tools and equipment necessary for installation and maintenance of these systems. The company caters to both residential and commercial customers.

  • **CHECKCARD: ** Transaction type indicating a debit card purchase
  • **0312: ** Transaction date (March 12th)
  • **SUPPLYHOUSE.COM: ** Merchant name
  • **123 MAIN St: ** Merchant address
  • **XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX2166: ** Card number ending in 2166
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