Is "DD DOORDASH THEHABITB" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

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What is "DD DOORDASH THEHABITB"?

The Habit Burger Grill is a fast casual restaurant chain that was established in 1969. The company offers a variety of menu items including charbroiled hamburgers, sandwiches, salads, and fries. The chain is known for its signature Charburger, as well as additional items such as chicken sandwiches, sushi-grade ahi tuna sandwiches, and a selection of sides. The Habit Burger Grill has locations across multiple states in the United States and continues to expand its presence both domestically and internationally.

  • **DD**: Direct Debit
  • **DOORDASH**: Business Name or Merchant
  • **THEHABIT**: Description or specific transaction detail (e.g., restaurant name or vendor related to the service)
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