March 2014

SNB Urges Caution on Newest Debit Card Scam
March 11, 2014

Be aware that a scam targeting the Enid area with a message your Visa or MasterCard debit or credit card has been suspended is occurring at this time. The caller requests you phone an 800 number to reactivate your card. This is a phishing scheme aimed at obtaining your card information. DO NOT CALL THIS NUMBER OR PROVIDE YOUR CARD INFORMATION.

If you have received this message and provided your card number please contact Security National Bank at (580) 234-5151 to cancel your card as soon as possible.

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