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Posted:
August 29, 2013

Fraudulent TEXT Messages to TBT Customers

Texas Bank and Trust customers are reporting suspicious TEXT messages they are receiving stating “their debit card has been deactivated.”  Please be advised - this is a Phishing SCAM.   Do NOT Respond.  The text provides a call-back number to an automated system requesting full card number, expiration date and the 3-digit security code.  NEVER provide personal information if you did not initiate the communication, or if it is requested through phone calls, automated phone messages, text messages, social media, or e-mail.  Texas Bank and Trust will never contact you requesting such information. Other financial institutions in our area are reporting the same SCAM.   Please notify our VISA Risk Group at 903-252-3179, if you receive one of these suspicious TEXT messages.

 
 
 
 
 
 

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