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Is "VERIZON PAYMENTREC 5520883660001 WEB ID: 978339710" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

April 18th, 2024

About "VERIZON PAYMENTREC 5520883660001 WEB ID: 978339710"

Verizon is a telecommunications company that has been in business since 2000. They provide a range of retail products including wireless plans, smartphones, tablets, accessories, home internet, and digital TV services.
  • VERIZON: Indicates the payee or recipient of the payment is Verizon.
  • PAYMENTREC: Indicates that the transaction is a payment received.
  • 5520883660001: Transaction code or identifier assigned by the bank for this particular transaction.
  • WEB ID: Indicates that the payment was made or received through a web platform.
  • 9783397101: Represents a unique identification number or reference for the transaction.
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