Hi everyone! Just a head's up that a fraud organization in Florida purchased a large list (over 100,000 cell phone numbers) and have text-spammed those numbers requesting that the receipients call them at the number provided in the text message.

When calling this number individuals are finding that the representative asks for their debit card number, expiration date and pin number. Once the fraud ring has this information they are creating fake ATM cards and draining accounts.

If you receive a text message or an e-mail please disregard it! A legitimate financial institution will never ask for this information over the phone or by e-mail.
ROUS  Stephanie Richards, Saturday, 4-19-08 12:55 PM
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