Is "Debit Card - Sig TOWN & COUNTRY C CORPUS CHRIST TX" fraud?

Written by Ethan Patel

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "Debit Card - Sig TOWN & COUNTRY C CORPUS CHRIST TX"?

Town & Country has been in business for several decades. The company offers a variety of retail products, including home decor, furniture, and garden supplies. It also provides seasonal items and outdoor living accessories. Town & Country caters to customers looking for both indoor and outdoor home improvement solutions.

  • Debit Card :
  • Sig: Transaction was made using a debit card with a signature for authentication.
  • TOWN & COUNTRY C: Merchant name where the transaction took place.
  • CORPUS CHRIST TX: Location of the merchant (Corpus Christi, Texas).
  • #9293: Transaction identifier or reference number.
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