Is "ZSK*IT 123 MAIN St" fraud?

Written by Remi Russell

June 18th, 2024

Medium Risk

About "ZSK*IT 123 MAIN St"

ZSK has been in business for over three decades. The company specializes in producing industrial embroidery machines. In addition to embroidery machines, ZSK offers software solutions for designing and managing embroidery processes. The company's product line also includes accessories and spare parts for their machines. ZSK serves customers in various industries including fashion, automotive, and home textiles.
  • ZSK: Internal transaction type code
  • IT: Transaction category or type (e.g., IT could stand for Internal Transfer)
  • 123: Some sort of identifier or numerical code, possibly indicating a branch or account-specific sequence
  • MAIN St: Likely the address of the branch or the location of the transaction
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