Is "Withdrawal ACH / Withdrawal Wise Inc" fraud?

Written by Lily Tran

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "Withdrawal ACH / Withdrawal Wise Inc"?

World Finance is a financial services company that has been in business since 1962. The company provides installment loans and tax preparation services. Additionally, they offer credit-related insurance products. World Finance operates across numerous locations in various states, focusing primarily on small loan services to individuals.

  • Withdrawal: Type of transaction indicating money taken out from the account.
  • ACH: Automated Clearing House network used for electronic payments and transfers.
  • Withdrawal: Indicates the direction of the ACH transfer (outgoing).
  • Wise Inc: The company or entity where the money was sent.
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