Is "POINT OF SALE DEBIT ZAXBY S 66 TN 2978" fraud?

Written by Ava Morales

June 18th, 2024

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Zaxby's is a fast-casual restaurant chain that has been in business since 1990. The company specializes in offering chicken wings, chicken fingers, sandwiches, and salads. Zaxby's menu also features a variety of dipping sauces and sides. The restaurant chain operates numerous locations predominantly in the Southern United States.

  • POINT OF SALE: Indicates the transaction was made through a point of sale terminal
  • DEBIT: Specifies that the transaction was a debit to the account
  • ZAXBY S: Name of the merchant where the transaction occurred (Zaxby's)
  • 66: Store number or specific location identifier within the merchant's chain
  • TN: Abbreviation for the state (Tennessee)
  • 2978: Unique transaction or terminal identifier
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