Is "WAWA 8086 NEWTOWN SQUARP" fraud?

Written by Jemina Owen-Jones

May 18th, 2024


Wawa Inc. was established in 1964. This retailer provides various products including subs, sandwiches, coffee, hot breakfast options, and a range of snack foods. Wawa also operates a line of gasoline stations, offering fueling services alongside their convenience store products. In some locations, their services also extend to the sale of dairy products.'
  • WAWA: Merchant name or code
  • 8086: Transaction code or number
  • NEWTOWN SQUARP: Location or descriptor of the transaction
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