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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.