Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk


Tim Hortons is a Canadian multinational fast food restaurant chain. It was founded in 1964 by Tim Horton and Jim Charade. The company is best known for its coffee, doughnuts, and other fast food items. Over the years, Tim Hortons has expanded its menu to include a variety of breakfast items, sandwiches, wraps, and soups. The company operates numerous locations across Canada and has also expanded internationally.
  • GATEWAY: The location or processing channel through which the transaction was routed.
  • BAKE SHOP: The merchant or business where the transaction occurred, indicating a bakery shop.
  • TIM: Likely an abbreviation or identifier for a specific person involved in the transaction, potentially an employee or customer.
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    Verify With Receipt

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    Step 1

    Connect your email

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