Is "CHECKCARD 0704 tthmob" fraud?

Written by Julian Sanchez

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "CHECKCARD 0704 tthmob"?

Tthmob is an emerging company in the retail sector. The company started its operations in recent years, though the precise year of establishment is not readily available. Tthmob offers a range of retail products including electronics, household items, and personal gadgets. The company operates primarily through its online platform, facilitating direct-to-consumer sales. The types of products available include smartphones, home appliances, and various accessories. Tthmob continues to expand its product line and market reach.

  • CHECKCARD: Type of transaction indicating a debit card purchase
  • 0704: Date of the transaction, in MMDD format (July 4th)
  • tthmob: Merchant or description identifier
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