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Two Harbors FCU targeted by text-message scam
TWO HARBORS, Minn. (8/26/11)--Members of Two Harbors (Minn.) FCU have been targets of a text-messaging scam using the credit union’s name. Members have been receiving text messages reading, “Two Harbors FCU Notice: Your Card 4287-xxxx has been deactivated,” according to the Two Harbors Police Department (Duluth News Tribune Aug. 25). People who call the contact number in the text message are prompted to type in their credit card number. The line disconnects after the credit card number is entered. Two Harbors FCU advises members receiving the bogus texts to contact the credit union.”
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