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Is "TARGET DEBIT CRD ACH TRAN CO ID:XXXXX15170 POS TAR" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

January 18th, 2024

About "TARGET DEBIT CRD ACH TRAN CO ID:XXXXX15170 POS TAR"

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.
  • TRAN CO ID:XXXXX15170: Transaction Company ID is XXXXX15170
  • TARGET DEBIT: Transaction is a debit made at Target
  • CRD: Payment made using a credit card
  • ACH: Automated Clearing House payment method used
  • POS TARGET: Point of Sale transaction at Target
  • -3268: The transaction amount is -$3268 (debit)
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