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04-29-2011

Have you received suspicious e-mails asking you to verify or provide personal account information? If so, you may have been targeted by a Phishing Scam.

These types of scams are becoming more prevalent as internet “fraudsters” get a hold of e-mail address and send out SPAM, and pop-ups that can look like they are from legitimate banks and businesses.

There are several steps you can take to prevent becoming a victim of the latest phishing scam. If you feel that your identity has been compromised, report it immediately.

It is important to remember that National Exchange Bank & Trust will never ask you for account numbers or confidential information over e-mail. If you are suspicious of an e-mail, text message or voicemail, please contact us to verify that it is legitimate.

Posted 04-29-2011
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