Phone Scam Alert

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GalindoP
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Phone Scam Alert

Post by GalindoP » Wed Oct 02, 2013 1:49 pm

Phone Scam Alert

There have been reports of automated telephone calls being made that tell the person being called their 3Rivers Debit Card has been compromised and/or closed. Please know these are NOT from 3Rivers and do not follow-through on any instructions that may accompany the call. Stay safe. DO NOT give your personal/card information.

Caller ID shows the calls are coming from 595-5.

Anyone who has given out account information over the phone should immediately contact credit union officials at 800-825-3641, send an email to abuse@trfcu.org or visit a branch.

https://www.3riversfcu.org/protecting_y ... fraud.html

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