Is "Withdrawal Debit WINN-DIXI 13200 E COLO" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "Withdrawal Debit WINN-DIXI 13200 E COLO"

Winn-Dixie is a supermarket chain that has been in business since 1925. The company operates a variety of retail outlets, including grocery stores and pharmacies. The retail products provided by Winn-Dixie include fresh produce, meat and seafood, dairy products, bakery items, canned and packaged foods, household supplies, and health and beauty aids. The company also offers a selection of private label products under its own brand.
  • Withdrawal: Transaction type
  • Debit: Transaction nature (debited from account)
  • WINN-DIXI: Merchant or Store name
  • 13200 E COLO: Merchant location (likely includes street number, name, and possibly state abbreviation)
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