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Bank Access Verification Scam

A criminal pretends to be from a bank, either on the phone or via an email. They either ask you to update all your information on the phone or their is a link you can click in the email that is suppose to take you to the bank’s account where you can update your information. This is an attempt to get your personal and banking information so they can steal your money. If you need to update information, go directly to your account through your bank. Often these emails aren’t even with a bank you do business with.
Click the play button below to watch a video example:
Click here to play the YouTube Video for this Senior Fraud Alert Scam Lesson
The first step is to identify the fraud. In the video above, were you able to hear the clues in the story and detect the Bank Access Verification Scam? The next step is to prevent the scammer from victimizing you or others. If you encounter a similar situation, use these tools to protect yourself from this type of fraud.

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