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One of the most important things that bank customers can do to help prevent fraud is to keep their contact information current with their financial institutions and credit card providers. Old email addresses and phone numbers can be used by fraudsters to pose as you in order to defraud you and your bank. It’s very easy to change email addresses and mobile phone numbers which are used as a primary communication means by most people these days. Your bank and credit card companies rely on this information to verify transactions to ensure that they are legitimate. Don’t let outdated contact information enable you to be a fraud victim.
Here are some tips on keeping your information current with your bank:
Remember, you can call us anytime. Let us know if you have questions or concern for your bank accounts. Call 800-382-8031or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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