Is "CHECKCARD 0609 THE PINE FOOD & DRINK ATHENS GA XXX" fraud?

Written by Gavin Brooks

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "CHECKCARD 0609 THE PINE FOOD & DRINK ATHENS GA XXX"

The Pine Food & Drink has been in business since 1997. The merchant specializes in a variety of retail products including groceries, beverages, and prepared foods. They offer an assortment of fresh produce, dairy products, and bakery items. Additionally, the company provides a range of packaged foods and non-alcoholic drinks. They also have a selection of ready-to-eat meals and snacks.
  • CHECKCARD: Transaction type indicating a debit card purchase.
  • 0609: Transaction date in MMDD (Month and Day) format.
  • THE PINE FOOD & DRINK: Merchant name where the transaction occurred.
  • ATHENS GA: Location of the merchant (city and state).
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