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Ok I just aquired a bmx through trade with a stamp of ia* on bottom side of frame and a serial # of wtu208po15oh and a secondary # of 312962

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    Possible duplicate of Why shouldn't I care what model/make/year my bicycle is? – mattnz Apr 26 '18 at 2:44
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    Is there a problem with riding it? Or a problem with identifying its brand and age? – Criggie Apr 26 '18 at 2:54
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    But what's your question? – David Richerby Apr 26 '18 at 10:41
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    Welcome to Bicycles Stack Exchange. FYI this site is pretty bad at identifying bikes, and can almost never help with a BMX. In general serial numbers are useless as there are no records of number formats or ranges available. – Argenti Apparatus Apr 26 '18 at 18:11
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    You need to ask a question. Do you want to know the Brand and Model of the bike? If so, ask that after your description of the bike. Also, as @ArgentiApparatus states, serials alone won't help much. Try adding details like text of any stickers/decals on the bike, list of components if you can find them (e.g. brand of brakes, etc), and picture(s) of bike. – SSilk Apr 26 '18 at 18:33
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The Serial number:

WTU is for Trek or one of the Trek brands, like Gary Fisher.

H at the end is for the year of frame manufacture, 2013.

This is a Danish VIN type serial number, Which Trek appears to have adopted.

Edit: Try the brandname Vise/MirraCo Edit BMX

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