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NCUA Alert Warns Of Phishing (Vishing) Scam
(3/28/13)--The National Credit Union Administration has warned
of a new phishing scam using the agency's name in an attempt to
obtain consumer debit card account numbers.
The scammers have set up an automated message, claiming to be from
the NCUA, which erroneously informs consumers that their debit card
has been deactivated. The consumer is then instructed to press 1 on
their phone, and enter their 16 digit account number, to reactivate
Consumers should be aware this is not a call from NCUA, and if
they receive it, should notify NCUA's Fraud Hotline, toll-free, at
800-827-9650 or 703-518-6550 in the Washington, D.C., area, the
The NCUA provides fraud alerts, and avoidance and detection
resources, on the ncua.gov fraud information center.
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