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On certain occasions, we may reach out to you by phone. If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be your financial institution:
Protect yourself from “vishing”
Vishing is a term used for fraudulent telephone calls that request personal information about you or your accounts (i.e. credit card numbers, bank account information, or passwords). The callers usually impersonate employees from legitimate, credible financial institutions with which you have existing business relationships.
If you receive an unexpected or unsolicited telephone call and you suspect it may be part of a vishing scheme, we recommend following three simple rules:
Some common examples of vishing include calls that: