Thursday, April 04, 2013

ECU Scam
Bristol, Tennessee police department is warning of a new scam happening in the area. The new scam involves people receiving texts that are supposed to be from Eastman Credit Union. The text ask them to verify their account information . Police say you should not reply to the message it is an attempt to get your account information. The police department says to think smart...if you use the financial institution then they have your account information. They do not need you to give it to them...and they will never ask for information over a text message. Police say never give out the information and don't be afraid to ask for a call back number or disconnect the call and check with your local branch about the call...if it is a legitimate call they will understand. If you have received a call or text from a financial institution fishing for your account information...notify your local police department. (CC)

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