Is "Pos Debit-b 2684 2684 Yesway 1125" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

What is "Pos Debit-b 2684 2684 Yesway 1125"?

Yesway has been in business since 2015. The company operates a chain of convenience stores across the United States. They provide a variety of retail products, including snacks, beverages, tobacco products, and lottery tickets. Yesway also offers prepared food items, automotive products, and basic household necessities. Their stores typically feature fuel services as well.

  • Pos Debit: Point of Sale Debit transaction
  • b: Code indicating the type of transaction (e.g. purchase, bill payment)
  • 2684: Potential internal transaction identifier
  • 2684: Merchant code or identifier
  • Yesway: Merchant name
  • 1125: Store location or additional merchant identifier
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