Is "TRACTOR S 320 CUMBERLA" fraud?

Written by Ethan Patel

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "TRACTOR S 320 CUMBERLA"?

Tractor Supply has been in business since 1938. The company provides a range of retail products targeting farmers, ranchers, and rural homeowners. Their product offerings include agricultural equipment, livestock feed, pet supplies, hardware, and tools. Tractor Supply also offers clothing, footwear, and seasonal products such as gardening supplies and holiday d├ęcor. The company operates stores across the United States and also provides an online shopping platform for convenience.

  • TRACTOR: Merchant or transaction type
  • S: Transaction status or sub-code
  • 320: Transaction amount or identifier
  • CUMBERLA: Location or branch identifier
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