Is "CONSUMER DEBIT TACO JOHNS 9135 BILLIN" fraud?

Written by Sage Wallace

June 18th, 2024

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About "CONSUMER DEBIT TACO JOHNS 9135 BILLIN"

Taco John's has been in business since 1969. The company operates a chain of fast-food restaurants primarily in the United States. They offer a variety of Mexican-inspired menu items, including tacos, burritos, quesadillas, nachos, and breakfast options. They also have specialty items like Potato Olés® and a selection of beverages.
  • **CONSUMER DEBIT**: Type of transaction (a debit made by a consumer).
  • **TACO JOHNS**: Merchant name where the transaction took place (Taco John's restaurant).
  • **9135**: Store number or location identifier.
  • **BILLIN**: Likely the beginning of the city name or location (Billings).
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