NCUA Warns Consumers about Telephone Scam Seeking Personal Information ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Dec. 17, 2015) Ė The National Credit Union Administration is warning consumers about a telephone scam in which consumers are contacted by a caller claiming to work for NCUA and asking for personal and financial information.
The caller tells the consumer her or his credit card or debit card has been frozen or blocked. The caller then asks for the consumerís Social Security number, account number, date of birth and home address to supposedly verify the information.Click Here for Entire Press Release.
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