Is "VIVINT VIVINT PPD ID: J203754038" fraud?

Written by Lily Tran

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "VIVINT VIVINT PPD ID: J203754038"?

Vivint has been in business since its founding in 1999. The company provides a range of smart home products and services. These include security systems, smart locks, motion detectors, surveillance cameras, and home automation devices. Vivint offers integrated solutions for home security, energy management, and home automation, allowing users to control their systems via a centralized mobile app. The company operates in various regions and serves both residential and commercial customers.

  • VIVINT VIVINT: Merchant or service provider name
  • PPD: Prearranged Payment and Deposit
  • ID: Identification Number or Code
  • J203754038: Specific transaction ID or reference number
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    Reconcile

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