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Is "External Withdrawal TARGET / DEBIT CRD 001 - ACH T" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

February 18th, 2024

About "External Withdrawal TARGET / DEBIT CRD 001 - ACH T"

Target is a prominent American retail corporation that has been in business since 1902. The company offers a wide range of products, including clothing, electronics, household essentials, and groceries. Target operates both brick-and-mortar stores and an online platform, providing customers with various options for shopping.
  • External Withdrawal: It indicates that the transaction involves withdrawing funds from the account to an external source.
  • TARGET: This is the name of the recipient or the entity where the funds were withdrawn to.
  • DEBIT CRD: The funds were deducted from the account through a debit card transaction.
  • 001: This code could represent a specific type of transaction or a reference number assigned by the bank.
  • ACH TRAN: Stands for Automated Clearing House Transaction, meaning the withdrawal was processed through an electronic funds transfer system.
  • 172: This code could represent the unique identification number or reference number assigned to this specific transaction.
  • 1965Leominster: It provides additional information about the recipient, a specific location, or instructions related to the transaction.
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