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Mountain West BankCredit Card Fraud

So i recieved a text message from Mountain West Bank number [protected] regaurding recent restrictions placed on my account which i do not have an account with...and when you call the number its an automated machine saying enter your credit card number and i believe it is someone trying to steal peoples card numbers and identity. I feel this because i am not the only person that has had this happen to them in the past couple days. Thank you for listening

Pat

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  • Mi
    Mine Mar 02, 2009

    This is actually a text message phishing scam. Do not call the number or enter your account information. If you have entered your information, you should contact your bank and inform them so they can stop your card, close your account and issue you another card.

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  • Si
    sillyme Mar 01, 2009

    We had that happen with a local credit union here. Just a phishing scam. Ignore it

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