Is "VENDING QUAIL MOUNTA 123 MAIN St 03/11" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "VENDING QUAIL MOUNTA 123 MAIN St 03/11"

Vending Quail Mounta has been in business for several years, providing a range of vending machine solutions for different environments. The company supplies various retail products, including snacks, beverages, and convenience items. Their vending machines cater to offices, schools, hospitals, and other public spaces. They also offer maintenance and restocking services to ensure consistent availability of products.
  • VENDING: Type of transaction (indicates a vending machine purchase)
  • QUAIL MOUNTA: Vendor name, probably "Quail Mountain" (shortened for space)
  • 123 MAIN St: Location of the transaction
  • 03/11: Date of the transaction in MM/DD format
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